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Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp June 11-13.

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The Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp is scheduled for June 11-13.

 

When will the "media" be there?

Will anyone hold out?

Will Knox finally sign? 

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I believe the media will be there every day

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5 minutes ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

The Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp is scheduled for June 11-13.

 

When will the "media" be there?

Will anyone hold out?

Will Know finally sign? 

Who Knows? 

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38 minutes ago, Bray Wyatt said:

I believe the media will be there every day

 

That is correct.  Media allowed to be there every day; probably limited as to what they can video.

 

The Twitter Machine should be running in full force Tues-Thurs.

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1 hour ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

The Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp is scheduled for June 11-13.

 

When will the "media" be there?

Will anyone hold out?

Will Knox finally sign? 

Yes they are there for all 3 days

 

No (if they were all there for voluntary OTAs I doubt anyone will not be there while subject to fines)

 

yes - McLaurin just signed this past week, Knox said his agent was waiting for a couple of other  3rd rounders  to sign first, he was probably one of them 

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3 hours ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

The Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp is scheduled for June 11-13.

 

When will the "media" be there?

Will anyone hold out?

Will Knox finally sign? 

 

Since they don't teach cursive anymore in schools, maybe Knox hasn't signed because he doesn't know how to?

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Just now, Royale with Cheese said:

 

Since they don't teach cursive anymore in schools, maybe Knox hasn't signed because he doesn't know how to?

aint that the truth !!! 

 

Place your mark here ----->>>>>   

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5 things to watch for during Bills mandatory minicamp

 

Offensive line dance

After adding vet after vet after vet in free agency and then bringing Cody Ford into the fold via a second-round pick at the recent NFL draft, the team’s O-line has been all over the place during OTAs. The most recently reported first-team offensive line, from left to right last week, was Dion Dawkins, Jon Feliciano, Jeremiah Sirles, Spencer Long and rookie Cody Ford.

 

But according to WGR-550, there was a bit of a rotation, too. Second-year pro Wyatt Teller rotated in at right guard with Long also rotating to left guard and Feliciano went over to center at times, too. In the two weeks prior, the first saw a more “vet heavy” first-team line, while the second saw youngsters get in there more.

 

And hey, let’s not forget. We haven’t once mentioned Mitch Morse, the team’s marquee signing in free agency. The highest-paid center in the NFL told reporters last week he’s looking forward to being a full participant in practice during minicamps. He was limited last week.

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5 hours ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

Since they don't teach cursive anymore in schools, maybe Knox hasn't signed because he doesn't know how to?

 

Actually not needed, just signed a bunch of real estate documents and they were all done via electronic signatures.  Probably was the best penmanship I ever had too I might add.

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9 hours ago, eball said:

 

That is correct.  Media allowed to be there every day; probably limited as to what they can video.

 

The Twitter Machine should be running in full force Tues-Thurs.

Thanks e
love when the Bills twitter machine is in hyperdrive mode. !

 Go Bills !

5 hours ago, DaBillsFanSince1973 said:

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5 things to watch for during Bills mandatory minicamp

 

Offensive line dance

After adding vet after vet after vet in free agency and then bringing Cody Ford into the fold via a second-round pick at the recent NFL draft, the team’s O-line has been all over the place during OTAs. The most recently reported first-team offensive line, from left to right last week, was Dion Dawkins, Jon Feliciano, Jeremiah Sirles, Spencer Long and rookie Cody Ford.

 

But according to WGR-550, there was a bit of a rotation, too. Second-year pro Wyatt Teller rotated in at right guard with Long also rotating to left guard and Feliciano went over to center at times, too. In the two weeks prior, the first saw a more “vet heavy” first-team line, while the second saw youngsters get in there more.

 

And hey, let’s not forget. We haven’t once mentioned Mitch Morse, the team’s marquee signing in free agency. The highest-paid center in the NFL told reporters last week he’s looking forward to being a full participant in practice during minicamps. He was limited last week.

Mitch Morse is where Bills hung their hat from FA.
love the pickup.
now get the reps !

 and start the "jelloing" or whatever O line men call it these days

 Allen and Morse need to share an apt with enough room to snap footballs against virtual 

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12 hours ago, 3rdand12 said:

Thanks e
love when the Bills twitter machine is in hyperdrive mode. !

 Go Bills !

Mitch Morse is where Bills hung their hat from FA.
love the pickup.
now get the reps !

 and start the "jelloing" or whatever O line men call it these days

 Allen and Morse need to share an apt with enough room to snap footballs against virtual 

Mitch Morse is key in the major role he needs to play.

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https://wgr550.radio.com/articles/news/injuries-allens-progress-top-storylines-bills-head-minicamp

 

After close to two months of stretching, running, weightlifting, and practicing football with a lot of restrictions, the Buffalo Bills are entering their final week of offseason workouts before taking a six week break prior to training camp. The differences are this week it’s mandatory, and all three days are open to the media.

 

Up until now, all workouts have been voluntary. Players could not be fined or disciplined by the team or league for failing to show up. Even though that’s been the case, the Bills have had very good attendance throughout the offseason program, especially over the last three weeks as the team has held their 10 organized team activities. Also, the media was only able to watch one OTA session per week.

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Posted (edited)

Is Allen's off-season completion percentage above 60% yet?

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4 hours ago, yall said:

Is Allen's off-season completion percentage above 60% yet?

It is 63.91742%.

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