The Buffalo Bills are finishing up this week’s mandatory minicamp, giving fans over a month to build up more speculation before training camp begins.
This is that odd time of the summer when there is a surge of news and quotes surrounding the Buffalo Bills. Then it all fades away until training camp begins.
The team’s mandatory minicamp comes to a close today and it has already given us plenty to talk about. Just wait until training camp and there is practice every single day.
Even with all the quotes and videos on Twitter, this is more of a chance for the coaches to get a sneak peek of their players rather than a time for the players to surge up or down the depth chart. It also gives the players a chance to see what kind of shape they are in before the practice is full-time once again.
The main takeaways from this minicamp will revolve around the quarterback position. All three quarterbacks seem to be in an open competition right now, but I still don’t think Nathan Peterman has any shot at starting. Yet crazier things have happened, such as when he started last year.
As minicamp comes to a close, here’s a look at the latest Bills news in a Thursday edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
An interesting bit of veteran praise for Josh Allen (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
This story was one picked up by national media and is one that shares a rather interesting quote from a Bills veteran. Start the Josh Allen hype train.
Passing game chosen as a weak spot in 2018 (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
This looks at a recent article on NFL.com that selected the entire passing game as a weak spot for the Bills. From the quarterbacks to the receivers to the offensive line, there are plenty of questions heading into training camp. At least the running backs are good.
5 things we learned from Day 2 of minicamp (Bills.com, Chris Brown)
A nice in-depth look at what stood out at minicamp on Wednesday. Be sure to check it out to fuel your own personal opinions about who should start at quarterback this year. It also includes a description of the big field goal hit in practice. Some exciting stuff!
2018 Buffalo Bills scouting report: cornerback Taron Johnson (Buffalo Rumblings, Sean Murphy)
A breakdown of what rookie Taron Johnson can bring to the Bills in 2018. There is so much competition on the roster, so no one can be counted out.
Maybe he will be the breakout star on defense this year, if he makes the team.