Buffalo Bills News: Updates from camp in the BLD Podcast

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The Buffalo Bills continue to work hard in preparation for next week’s preseason opener. That and more in today’s Morning Charge.

After months of waiting the 2018 NFL season got underway last night with the Hall of Fame Game. It wasn’t the regular season, nor was it too exciting of a game, but it was nice to watch an actual football game again. And learn some of the new rules.

The Buffalo Bills kick off their preseason next Thursday against the Carolina Panthers. It will be here before we know it.

Until then, the team will continue to grind it out in training camp, where we recently got some in-person analysis from Alex Jones of the BuffaLowDown Podcast.

Players are fighting for their NFL careers but the main focus still remains on the quarterback position. That competition is covered in the latest episode of the BLD Podcast as the guys ramp up their coverage now that Bills football is right around the corner.

That and more in a Friday edition of The Morning Charge. Enjoy the final weekend without Bills football in 2018!

Buffalo Bills News:

Battle at quarterback the primary discussion on BLD Podcast (BuffaLowDown, Brad Eichkorn)

Here is a link to the latest episode of the BLD Podcast. Be sure to subscribe to the show and to check back every week for the latest insight surrounding the Bills. Next week’s episode will revolve around an actual game. That will be nice.

Why 2018 is make or break for Charles Clay (BuffaLowDown, Paolo Sottile)

A great look here at a player who isn’t being talked about as much this offseason due to the focus on the quarterbacks and the wide receivers. But 2018 will be a big year for Charles Clay.

Bills put AJ McCarron with first team two days in a row (PFT, Josh Alper)

The daily focus continues as AJ McCarron appears to be the favorite to open the first week of the preseason as the starting quarterback. That doesn’t mean the competition is over, but it is a good sign for the veteran.

Bills’ Kelvin Benjamin a forgotten man in WR spending spree (ESPN.com, Mike Rodak)

And finally on this Friday, a look at Kelvin Benjamin‘s current situation and why he needs to have a big year in 2018.