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NFL Notes: Bills, Chiefs, Dolphins, Packers, Saints, & Vikings


ESPN’s Andrew Brandt confirms that Packers OT Bryan Bulaga turned down more money from the Bills to remain in Green Bay.

Bryan Bulaga, more money in Buffalo. He stayed,” Brandt said on Wednesday, via ESPN.com. “… They buy into this culture of a draft and develop a team that is always going to be good.”


Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles says that everyone in the organization is excited about the addition of WR Jeremy Maclin.

“I’m glad the Chiefs organization found someone that can help us get over the hill,” Charles said, Josina Anderson. “Jeremy [Maclin] is a good deep ball threat and is very explosive after the catch. I’m excited and I know Alex Smith is excited to to have him on the team as well. I know that the Hunt family and Chiefs fans are excited to have a first class wide receiver coming to the organization.”


Newly acquired WR Kenny Stills says that he’s not trying to replace Mike Wallace, who was traded to the Vikings for a fifth-round pick on Friday.

“I don’t think I was brought in to replace anybody,” Stills said, via James Walker of ESPN. “I’m just here to do whatever I can to help the team win. Mike is a great player, and I’ve looked up to everything he’s done.


ESPN’s Andrew Brandt confirms that Packers WR Randall Cobbleft a lot of money on the table” to return to Green Bay.

Randall Cobb is a prime example. I know for a fact — I’m pretty tied in with his situation — he left a lot of money on the table,” Brandt said on Wednesday, via ESPN.com. “And I knew it was going to be hard to pry him away from Green Bay. It’s a system he liked; he knows he’s playing with the best quarterback.”


Saints CB Keenan Lewis mentioned on his Instagram account that he’s happy being in New Orleans and has no plans to go anywhere.

“This is my home,” Lewis wrote, via Evan Woodberry of the Times-Picayune. “I (have) been (here) 28 years. From playing a high school championship in here, to helping Katrina victims with a little bit of my college funds, to trying my best to help this beautiful home and people get a Super Bowl. I love this place and every person who (lives) close or in it. Trust me, leaving was never (an) option. I love it (too) much. Who Dat.


Newly acquired WR Mike Wallace denied that he has issues playing for the Vikings.

“I don’t have any problems with being here,” Wallace said, per Ben Goessling. “I’m excited for a fresh start.”

  • Wallace also confirmed that the Vikings will take on his contract “as-is.” (Ben Goessling)
  • According to Wallace, they haven’t discussed a restructured deal. (Ben Goessling)

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