5 things we learned from Day 1 of Buffalo Bills training camp
For the first time since 2019, the Buffalo Bills were back at St. John Fisher and plenty has changed over the past two years, aside from the name change from College to University for the venue.
Due to the pandemic, the Bills have held training camp at Orchard Park the past two years so for players like Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, A.J. Epenesa, and Dane Jackson this was the first time experiencing training camp at St. John Fisher. The Buffalo Bills held their first of 11 practices in Rochester and these were some of the key notes and takeaways from training camp.
5 things we learned from Day 1 of Buffalo Bills’ training camp
Buffalo Bills have three players begin camp on PUP list
Prior to the first practice, head coach Sean McDermott provided an update on who wouldn’t be available to start camp. He said three players would begin on the PUP list and those players were Tre’Davious White, Ike Boettger, and Eli Ankou.
The inclusions of White and Boettger were not necessarily a surprise as both are recovering from serious injuries as White suffered a torn ACL in November of last year and Boettger ruptured his Achillies a few weeks after that.
Matt Parrino of syracuse.com tweeted a photo on Sunday of White working off to the side on a stationary bike, which is certainly a positive. McDermott did not provide an updated timeline of when the three players might be ready to return.