Rise Up Right Sports Highlights with Andre ‘Torch’ Robinson

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The Bills Offseason Moves
 
The Buffalo Bills season doesn’t stop after the playoffs and continues into the offseason as the Bills Mafia culture and other sports enthusiasts wait to weigh in on organizational moves being made around this time of the year. The Buffalo Bills have been quite busy has the organization has made some acquisitions, some re-signings, and some releases. 
Let’s take a look at some of these organizational moves that have been made so far. 
The Buffalo Bills resign Isaiah McKenzie to a two-year deal worth 4.4 million a season to stay with the Buffalo Bills. 
The Bills have acquired former Tennessee Titans offensive guard Rodger Saffold III on a one-year deal. 
The Bills acquired former Washington Commanders defensive tackle Tim Settle and agreed on a two year deal. 
Former Carolina Panthers defensive tackle DaQuan Jones has also signed to the Buffalo Bills giving the Buffalo Bills more depth at the defensive tackle position. DaQuan Jones’s deal has not been disclosed yet. 
J.D McKissic, the former Washington Commanders running back has been signed by the Bills do a 2-year 7 million dollar deal that could be worth up to 8 million.
The Buffalo Bills also extended Mitch Morse by giving him a two-year 19.5 million dollar extension.
Buffalo Bills former cornerback Levi Wallace has been signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as his deal was worth 8 million dollars for 2 seasons. 
Harrison Phillips has reached a deal with the Minnesota Vikings. 
Mitchell Trubisky has also signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The deal looks to be worth a maximum 27 billion with incentives what has a current base worth of 14.25 million.
Buffalo Bills released offensive lineman Darrell Williams. The releasing help the bills add 8 million in cap space.
These are just some of the moves that the Bills organization has made recently. Expect more to come.  For more news on the Bills offseason support the Rise Up Right articles on thechallengernews.com
 
NCAA Men’s Tournament
 
The NCAA Men’s Tournament will showcase 8 phenomenal teams who made the tourney on Thursday at KeyBank Center for the first round. The first-round matchups will be:
5 Connecticut Huskies versus 12 New Mexico State Aggies
4 Arkansas Razorbacks versus 13 Vermont Catamounts
5 Iowa Hawkeyes versus 12 Richmond Spiders
4 Providence Friars vs 13 South Dakota State Jackrabbits
 
The second round games will commence Saturday with two games being played. The potential matchups will be:
UConn/New Mexico State vs Arkansas/Vermont 
Iowa/Richmond vs Providence/South Dakota State 
 
The Challenger News will be on location and will give you updates on everything March Madness.
 
Buffalo Sabres Hockey
 
This Buffalo Sabres team knows all about the madness of being talented and trying to develop their crafts to become a solid and successful organization. As of late, the Buffalo Sabres have been battling this season with becoming the successful organization we once knew and loved. This isn’t the Dominic Hasek, Alexander Moligny, and Rob Ray show. It’s now the Tage Thompson, Jeff Skinner, Alex Tuch, Kyle Okposo and Rasmus Dahlin rebuild. The win-loss column doesn’t always define team success. The Sabres will face the Penguins and the Capitals next at home on March 23rd and March 25th. With the Sabres team still in development mode will they be able to win games against top notch competition? 
 
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