Jordan Mills

#79T,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 316
Born:
College: Louisiana Tech
Birth Place: Thibodaux, Louisiana
Draft: 2013 5th round (30th pick) by the
  • 3 Bills with the most to gain in Training Camp
    Bills Wire

    3 Bills with the most to gain in Training Camp

    The Buffalo Bills report to Training Camp at St. John Fisher College in day’s time and the grind for a franchise that saw major overhaul during the offseason after failing to earn a playoff berth for the 17th consecutive year will really begin. With 51 of the 89 players under contract acquired during the offseason, that kind of massive turnover on both sides of the ball will only lend itself to some heated competitions for starting or key reserve roles. Let’s take a look at which Bills players have the most to gain for themselves if they can handle the pressure. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY SportsAfter a rough start to his career with the Bills, right guard John Miller made great strides

  • Who will be the Bills’ starting middle linebacker?
    Buffalo Rumblings

    Who will be the Bills’ starting middle linebacker?

    One of the biggest position competitions during Buffalo Bills training camp this year will be Preston Brown versus Reggie Ragland for the crown of starting middle linebacker. Preston Brown clearly has the upper hand in this race based on his experience. Brown played in the 4-3 defense as the middle linebacker in his rookie year under Jim Schwartz and performed well. Unfortunately for Ragland, he never played in a 4-3 in high school or at Alabama under Nick Saban. His ACL injury from 2016 training camp has sidelined him for almost a year, allowing Brown to get all the reps at “Mike” in offseason minicamps. At the moment, all signs are pointing to Preston Brown as the job is his to keep. Another

  • Buffalo Bills training camp capsule
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Buffalo Bills training camp capsule

    BUFFALO BILLS (7-9) OPEN CAMP: July 27, St. John Fisher College, Pittsford, New York. LAST YEAR: Coach Rex Ryan failed to deliver on vow to build bully and address high-priced under-performing defense, leaving owner Terry Pegula little choice but to fire him in final week of season. Sean McDermott was hired to replace Ryan, then GM Brandon Beane was hired to replace Doug Whaley, who was fired in April. Lost four of final five games, extending playoff drought to 17 seasons — longest active streak in North America's four professional sports. Defense allowed 240-plus yards rushing three times; generated combined six turnovers in final nine games; and allowed 29 straight points in final 20 minutes