ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Rarely has a game in September meant so much to a region as Sunday’s tilt against the Patriots means to long-suffering fans of the Buffalo Bills.

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — As we’ve seen this week, Rex Ryan isn’t afraid to talk leading up to games, especially against the Patriots.

According to Ryan, not only is all of Buffalo hoping for a Bills win, the entire league is.

Every week there is a flurry of interviews, podcasts and audio files posted on WEEI.com. So it seems only right we highlight those who have top the list in terms of popularity.

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — One practice back in shorts and shells was not enough for Dominique Easley to return to action Sunday against the Bills.

Saturday evening, the Patriots officially ruled out their second-year defensive lineman from Florida with a hip injury suffered on the first drive of the season against the Steelers on Sept. 10.

Marcell Dareus returns to the Bills Sunday, looking to cover himself and his team in glory against the Patriots. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.



FOXBORO — Ryan Wendell will have to wait yet another week to make his 2015 debut.

FOXBORO — After missing most of the week with a hip injury, Dominique Easley returned to practice on Friday in a shorts and shells session on the upper grass fields outside Gillette Stadium.

Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio checked in with Dennis & Callahan on Friday morning and explained how the NFL hopes to win its appeal of Tom Brady‘s Deflategate suspension dismissal.

Rex Ryan and Tom Brady always have provided compelling theater when they've faced each other.</p>
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It seems Deflategate is not going away anytime soon.

WTHR’s Bob Kravitz (who broke the Deflategate story) spoke with ex-NFL head linesman Mark Baltz, who said he was “very suspicious” of Patriots’ locker room attendant Jim McNally from his time working in New England.