Rex Ryan claims Richie Incognito will start for the Bills

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The NFL season is closer than ever and teams are into their preparations to see how much they can improve in 2015.

One team who have made some big acquisitions this off-season is the Buffalo Bills and new head coach Rex Ryan has been speaking about some of his stars.

Rex can't avoid controversy

The Bills biggest move of the off-season was the trade with the Philadelphia Eagles which brought runningback LeSean McCoy to Buffalo.


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McCoy has caused a fair bit of controversy this off-season with some of his comments about former head coach Chip Kelly and not to mention, his interesting party idea.

The Bills were also looking at putting reputations behind them by bringing in the likes of McCoy and even Ryan himself.

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One man they brought in was the troubled offensive lineman Richie Incognito who has been out of football for nearly two years.

Incognito will forever be associated with the bullying scandal which gripped the Miami Dolphins and resulted in Incognito finding himself without a team.

However now with the Dolphins divisional rival, Ryan was full of praise for the lineman with a big reputation.

"One thing for sure is Richie's a starter, I mean, he looks about as good as any of them. He really does." - Ryan on Incognito.

Bills centre Eric Wood was also full of praise for Incognito claiming that he would write it in pen that he will start.

Sunday marked the first time that Incognito had practised in pads since November 2013 and if the reports from the Bills are true, he hasn't missed a step.

A big battle for the division

The AFC East is set to be one of the divisions with the most interest to it next season with the Bills, Dolphins and New York Jets all making big signings.

The current division and Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots are significantly weaker this year so could their dominance be set to end?

With the Patriots being without quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games, the other three teams in the division must feel that this is as good a chance as they will get to improve their status in the division.

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