May 25, 2024

‘Unethical Relationship’: Buffalo Bills Fire 2 Execs Over ‘Brazen’ Romance

ROMANTIC FIRING ON OCT 12 Two well-known executives who were allegedly in a romantic relationship were let go by the Buffalo Bills because they “got too brazen” while the team was in London last week.

According to The Athletic, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Buffalo Sabres and Bills John Roth was let go by owner Terry Pegula. The Bills also fired Kathryn D’Angelo, senior vice president and general counsel. Due to D’Angelo’s reporting to Roth, the outlet claims that their relationship was considered “unethical”.

During a joint interview with the Associated Press, the two confirmed the termination.

“Both Kathryn and I wish the Pegulas the best of luck and we think the world of Terry, Kim and Laura, and the rest of the team,” Roth stated. “And we will be cheering the Bills and Sabres on from afar.”

JAGS VS. OCT 8 MILANO OUT Due to a knee injury, Buffalo Bills star linebacker Matt Milano will miss the remainder of Sunday’s game in London against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was necessary to cart him off the sidelines.

Milano had to be helped off the field before being carted off after his leg got caught beneath him in a mass of bodies. His right leg was covered in a cast, as reported by the NFL Network.

The Bills promptly ruled Milano out, which may indicate a serious injury even though nothing is official.

Milano has recorded 27 total tackles, one forced fumble, and two interceptions in just four games this season. In the event that Milano is sidelined for an extended period of time, the Bills will rely on rookie Terrel Bernard at linebacker.

Milano has recorded 27 total tackles, one forced fumble, and two interceptions in just four games this season. In the event that Milano is sidelined for an extended period of time, the Bills will rely on rookie Terrel Bernard at linebacker.

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OCT 6 PHINS MAKE TRADE WITH BILLS RIVAL The Miami Dolphins are still in the afterglow from their humiliating 48–20 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park in Week 4. However, they demonstrated on Friday that they’re not wasting any time in continuing to bolster the offense by adding Chicago Bears receiver Chase Claypool to the roster in a trade.

In return for a 2025 sixth-round pick, Claypool and a 2025 seventh-round pick will go to Miami.

With Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle leading the way, Claypool joins a receiving corps that is already among the best. The Bills and Dolphins are not scheduled to play each other until Sunday, January 7, at Hard Rock Stadium in Week 18.

TRE’DAVIOUS WHITE CARTED OFF OCT 1. At the conclusion of the third quarter of Sunday’s game at Highmark Stadium against the Miami Dolphins, cornerback Tre’Davious White of the Buffalo Bills had to be carted off due to what the team is referring to as an Achilles injury.

White will now be out of the game for the remainder of Sunday, according to the Bills.

White took an unsteady step and began limping, primarily with his right leg, as he ran downfield to cover Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill. Then, with his teammates all around him, he threw his helmet in frustration and displayed obvious emotion. For White, who missed the majority of last year after tearing his ACL during the 2021 season, a cart was brought out.

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