Battery charge dropped against Aaron Kromer (2:38)

Charges dropped against Bills assistant

The misdemeanor battery charge against Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was dropped on Friday by the Florida state attorney's office. Assistant Florida state attorney Bobby Elmore told ESPN late Wednesday that the charge was dropped at the request of the accusers' parents, who reached an "amicable resolution" with Kromer's attorneys. Story

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Harvin getting snaps at cornerback?

Yes, you read that right. It appears that new Bills wide receiver Percy Harvin approached Rex Ryan about playing a little bit of defense. Could the athletic speedster make an impact at CB? NFL rumors roundup

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Bills' Cassel is No. 30 fantasy QB

Eric Karabell wouldn't be surprised if Matt Cassel's tenure as the Buffalo Bills' starter is short. E.J. Manuel will work to reclaim the position. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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McCoy explains canceling of controversial party

Bills running back LeSean McCoy talked about his Instagram party invitation for the first time, saying he decided to cancel the event but insisting that it was was taken out of context.

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McCoy's production should drop

Leaving Philadelphia for Buffalo means LeSean McCoy's numbers are going to fall. Add in the carries lost to Fred Jackson, and McCoy is nothing more than a second-round fantasy selection. Running back tiers (Insider)


Bills hire ex-Bears offensive line coach Meyer

Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan says Pat Meyer's addition to his staff has nothing to do with offensive line coach Aaron Kromer being placed on paid leave for allegedly punching a boy in Florida.

SportsCenter: Live from NFL training camp

SportsCenter is at Buffalo training camp, checking out how the Bills are preparing for the upcoming season. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Watkins worth fifth-round pick?

Sammy Watkins’ talent helped him put up good numbers as a rookie despite poor QB play. Hopefully EJ Manuel or Matt Cassel can provide steady play to help Watkins put up bigger numbers this season. Fantasy X factors

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Bills' Kromer enters not guilty plea; hearing set

Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer has entered a written plea of not guilty for a misdemeanor battery charge and has been scheduled to appear in a Walton County, Florida, court.

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Sammy Watkins: Playoffs or bust for Bills

The WR knows a record number of season tickets have been sold: "We have to win now. We can't win next year or the following year and say we don't have the team. We've got the team. We've got the coaches."


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