Follow @nfltrade_rumors Adam Schefter reports that veteran G Richie Incognito wants to unretire and continue his NFL career, which is why the Bills elected to release him from the retired list on Monday. Schefter adds that Incognito is hoping to sign on..
by: Matthew Fairburn | firstname.lastname@example.org — Syracuse 21 May
Incognito is now a free agent.
by: Mike Alessandrini — The Score 21 May
The Buffalo Bills released guard Richie Incognito from the reserve/retired list Monday, the team announced.Incognito asked the Bills for his release in April after a bizarre week, in which he claimed he would attend the team's voluntary offseason...
by: Sal Maiorana, @salmaiorana — Democrat & Chronicle 21 May
The Bills have released Richie Incognito from the NFL's reserve/retired list and he can now seek work as a free agent.
by: Scott Polacek — Bleacher Report 21 May
Offensive guard Richie Incognito is no longer a member of the Buffalo Bills and can sign elsewhere with the 2018 season approaching...
by: Steve DelVecchio — Larry Brown Sports 21 May
Richie Incognito said last month that football has taken a toll on his mind and body and he has decided to retire, but it will be interesting to see if he now changes his mind. On Monday, the Buffalo Bills announced that they have released Incognito from.
by: email@example.com (Kirstie Chiappelli) — Sporting News 21 May
The veteran guard has been contemplating retirement after 12 seasons in the NFL since April.
by: N/A — NFL: Buffalo Bills 21 May
Today we discussed what the most competitive position battle for the Bills offense is. Bills UDFA WR Robert Foster talked about his college career at Alabama and the offseason workouts so far (29:03). Former Bills OC Steve Fairchild shared his thoughts...
by: Steven Kubitza — Fansided: BuffaLowdown 20 May
The Buffalo Bills have some questions on the roster, but there isn't a lot of drama surrounding the team this summer and that is some comforting news. Dram...
by: Tim Graham — Buffalo News 20 May
Those who raised, coached and taught the Bills' new quarterback are unanimous: Josh Allen was born hard-wired to compete.