The Buffalo Bills are a professional American football team based in the Buffalo metropolitan area. The Bills compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference East division. The team plays its home games at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.
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Buffalo Bills 2023: Schedule, Free Agents, Cap Space, Draft Picks
Buffalo won’t be playing a game on Christmas day when the NFL has three games scheduled, but they will be playing on Christmas Eve.
The Bills will play the Bears in Chicago on Dec. 24th in Week 16 for a 1 pm kickoff that Saturday.
The last time the Bills had a game on Christmas Eve was in 2017 in New England. The Bills haven’t played in the Windy City since 2014 when they won a thrilling overtime game 23-20 over the Bears.
Josh Allen has never started against Chicago. He was injured when the Bills last played the Bears in 2018, a game started by Nathan Peterman in Buffalo.
Head coach: Sean McDermott
If they want somebody, they get him. Something like that. As of Tuesday, the Bills had some $8.2 million in cap space, based on the top 51-paid players on the roster, according to Spotrac. For all players, they are nearly $3 million over.
The Buffalo Bills will need to free up some room under the salary cap within the next week.
Appearing Tuesday morning on WGR-550 AM, General Manager Brandon Beane said his team is currently about $6.6 million over the cap, which for the Bills in 2022 is $213.844 million.
- Round 1, pick 30: CB Kaiir Elam. …
- Round 2, pick 63: RB James Cook. …
- Round 3, pick 89: LB Terrel Bernard. …
- Round 5, pick 148: WR Khalil Shakir. …
- Round 6, pick 180: P Matt Araiza. …
- Round 6, pick 185: CB Christian Benford. …
- Round 6, pick 209: OL Luke Tenuta.