The Buffalo Bills elected to cancel their final day of minicamp and the team will not have any official organized activity until they kick off training camp at the end of July. Unfortunately, the first two days of minicamp had more than it's fair share of drama and most of the news came off the practice field.
Head coach Sean McDermott met with the media before the first practice and said that Stefon Diggs was not at practice and he was "very concerned". This was one of the big question marks entering minicamp as the top wide receiver had yet to participate in any offseason workouts with the Bills and raised questions if there might be a rift between the two sides.
Fortunately, the issues didn't carry over into the second practice as Stefon Diggs was in attendance. After practice, Sean McDermott clarified his comments and said Diggs was excused and "we all needed a break and some space."
From this past week's minicamp, these are the top three takeaways for the Buffalo Bills.