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Buffalo Bills mandatory minicamp June 11-13.

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16 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

 

 

Well...it probably had something to do with Zay Jones not knowing what a route was and Robert Foster only being able to run in a straight line.   

 

And don't get me started on Ballooning Benjamin...

 

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16 minutes ago, Lurker said:

 

Well...it probably had something to do with Zay Jones not knowing what a route was and Robert Foster only being able to run in a straight line.   

 

And don't get me started on Ballooning Benjamin...

 

As I recall Zay had to tell KB where to line up

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11 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

As I recall Zay had to tell KB where to line up

 

...LMAO...on the field or at the buffet table??..........

2 minutes ago, Sherlock Holmes said:

Sills V good to go?!?!?!?!

 

...encouraging news about Murphy.....so far......

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5 takeaways from first day of Buffalo Bills minicamp

 

 

 

3. Offensive line shuffle continues

 

The Bills trotted out their fourth different variation of a first-team group at offensive line as the injuries continue to stifle new coach Bobby Johnson’s options. Morse was in at center and he was joined by Dion Dawkins (LT), Vlad Ducasse (LG), Wyatt Teller (RG) and rookie Cody Ford (RT).

 

De’Ondre Wesley subbed in for Ducasse, who swung to the right side, on a few occasions. Wesley was with the Bills for a few stretches last season but played exclusively at tackle. His 6-foot-6, 331-pound frame on the interior of the line stands out.

 

Spencer Long, who is expected to be a starter at one of the guard spots, took all the reps at backup center. Ty Nsekhe took part in warm up drills but sat out team drills as he continues to rehab an injury.

 

Ducasse struggled last season but it’s not a stretch to think he could insert his name in the competition during training camp with a few solid practices. He’s a guy that’s liked in the locker room and he showed he can play well with better players around him in 2017 before Richie Incognito and Eric Wood retired.

 

Ford continues to get all the first team reps with Nsekhe out, which is an important part of his development.

 

Bills coach Sean McDermott said it’s on the players who are missing time to get themselves up to speed.

 

“Well you want to try and capture as much as you can. We talk a lot about how (a player) might not be able to practice but what is he able to do, with respect to walk throughs and during practice,” McDermott said.

 

“We try to capture as much as we can and then really the ownership is on the player to bring himself up to speed and keep in tune with what we are doing mentally. We try and check for understanding as much as we can in that area.”

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1 hour ago, YoloinOhio said:

As I recall Zay had to tell KB where to line up

Almost every game 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

 

 

That route tree wasn't there because the line couldn't hold up that long

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Posted (edited)
8 minutes ago, GG said:

 

That route tree wasn't there because the line couldn't hold up that long

that man has some serious foot workskills.
 The tree looks healthy again.

 Brown has some skills

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4 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

As I recall Zay had to tell KB where to line up

 

He may have told him something...but it was probably wrong!

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6 hours ago, Cripple Creek said:

Who asked McDermott about Allen chugging a beer? That idiot needs to be banned from WNY.

 

Sounded like Wawrow, to me. Confused by what he was trying to get at with the question.

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Getting a little impatient with Allen not being able to hit a simple swing pass to the RB.  Basic throw.  He was my top choice and I know he has to develop but come on it is a swing pass in helmet and shorts.  Make the dam throw kid.  If Daboll is going to chew out Teller for jumping off-sides then he needs to get up into Allen's face too.

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20 minutes ago, Ethan in Portland said:

Getting a little impatient with Allen not being able to hit a simple swing pass to the RB.  Basic throw.  He was my top choice and I know he has to develop but come on it is a swing pass in helmet and shorts.  Make the dam throw kid.  If Daboll is going to chew out Teller for jumping off-sides then he needs to get up into Allen's face too.

Oh stop.  Seriously.  Year 2.  Day 1.  Wearing shorts

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22 minutes ago, Ethan in Portland said:

Getting a little impatient with Allen not being able to hit a simple swing pass to the RB.  Basic throw.  He was my top choice and I know he has to develop but come on it is a swing pass in helmet and shorts.  Make the dam throw kid.  If Daboll is going to chew out Teller for jumping off-sides then he needs to get up into Allen's face too.

Did that happen a lot today because I don't remember seeing anything about it.

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8 hours ago, thebandit27 said:

 

It whistles for sure, but it also has that Byron Leftwich "hum" to it too...it's like a whistlehum. 

 

Is that a thing?

The videos in these tweets are funny cause you can pause it and Barkley is winding up while Allen is chilling. Then advance to Allen’s receiver catching the ball before Barkleys receiver. That load to target time from Josh is insane. 

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11 hours ago, Sherlock Holmes said:

Sills V good to go?!?!?!?!

 

Yep. So the 3rd team offense will be okay. 

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On 6/10/2019 at 12:09 PM, ShadyBillsFan said:

aint that the truth !!! 

 

Place your mark here ----->>>>>   

I have a co-worker that got his kids old Cursive papers to do just so they know how. Thought that was a great idea.

 

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Posted (edited)

"More Physical, Nasty Defense" | Sean McDermott

 

 

 

 

"Compete As A Group" | Mitch Morse

 

 

 

Coach, just don't say build a bully.  

 

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Mike RodakESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills focused much of their offseason attention on their offensive line, signing six free agents and making C Mitch Morse the highest-paid center in the league. However, the group continues to get hit hard by injuries. Morse returned from core muscle surgery to Tuesday's practice, but the Bills were without possible starting guards in Jon Feliciano and Quinton Spain, right tackle Ty Nsekhe and potential interior backups Russell Bodine, Jeremiah Sirles and Ike Boettger. The Bills had only nine healthy offensive linemen in Tuesday's practice.

 

Mike RodakESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills continue to distribute first-team snaps at running back between LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore and rookie third-round pick Devin Singletary. Each received time behind Josh Allen in 11-on-11 action during Tuesday's minicamp practice. At one point, McCoy received early-down reps before Gore entered on short yardage for third- and fourth-downs. However, Gore also received snaps out of the shotgun for pass protection

 

Mike RodakESPN Staff Writer 

Even without top receivers Zay Jones (undisclosed injury), Cole Beasley (core muscle surgery) and Robert Foster (foot), as well as tight end Tyler Kroft (foot), Bills second-year QB Josh Allen still managed to complete five first-down passes to move from his own 25-yard line to the 4-yard line in a 5-minute drill in Tuesday's minicamp practice. Allen completed first-down passes to wide receivers John Brown and Victor Bolden, as well as rookie tight ends Dawson Knox (twice) and Tommy Sweeney. However, the drive stalled near the goal line and ended in a field goal.

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10 hours ago, Sig1Hunter said:

 

Sounded like Wawrow, to me. Confused by what he was trying to get at with the question.

I listened, and definitely a familiar voice but I couldn’t place it. If that’s true, I hope that the mods have taken appropriate action against Mr. Wawrow because his question was not only against the TOS, it was also a crime against humanity. I trust that @Chandler#81or @Hapless Bills Fan have done their duty.

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28 minutes ago, Cripple Creek said:

I listened, and definitely a familiar voice but I couldn’t place it. If that’s true, I hope that the mods have taken appropriate action against Mr. Wawrow because his question was not only against the TOS, it was also a crime against humanity. I trust that @Chandler#81or @Hapless Bills Fan have done their duty.

 

Yes, jw is no longer allowed to post crazy music on OTW.🙏🤞🤙

 

I don’t know jw’s voice from yours, but this doesn’t sound like something he’d care to write about -especially knowing a canned response would be the answer.

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9 hours ago, Ethan in Portland said:

Getting a little impatient with Allen not being able to hit a simple swing pass to the RB.  Basic throw.  He was my top choice and I know he has to develop but come on it is a swing pass in helmet and shorts.  Make the dam throw kid.  If Daboll is going to chew out Teller for jumping off-sides then he needs to get up into Allen's face too.

 

Settle down, Ethan.  This post seems a bit out of place, as I have yet to read a single thing from the media about Josh missing on "simple swing passes" this Spring.

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