On this bonus Wednesday episode of Talking Buffalo Podcast Patrick Moran is joined by Anthony Marino of Buffalo Rumblings to talk several Buffalo Bills topics focused around NFL cut down day.

The Bills didn’t make any stunning cuts, but Reid Ferguson and Jacob Hollister were the most noteworthy, although it’s reported Ferguson’s release was merely procedural and quite possibly the same for Hollister.   Anthony discusses having at least mild surprise that Tommy Doyle made the roster while Patrick explains why he thinks Cam Lewis is the Bills cut most likely to end up claimed by another team.  They also break the roster down positionally going forward.

Also, John Wawrow of the Associated Press had an eye-opening report about Pegula Sports & Entertainment’s proposal for a 60,000 seat new stadium that would ready for play in 2027.  It would become the smallest capacity stadium in the NFL in terms of fans and Anthony has plenty to say about it.

They also discuss some of the notable moves around the league, including division rival New England moving on from quarterback Cam Netwon and why Patrick thinks Mac Jones is poised to have the most immediate success of this year’s rookie quarterback class.  All this and much more.

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