Bills Mafia Was Out In Full Force This Weekend [PHOTOS]
This weekend Bills Mafia had a chance to see their team in person for the first time this season and they came out ready to party.
The Buffalo Bills had their first of three training camps that are open to the public this past Saturday.
This season because of COVID-19, the Bills are holding training camp at Highmark Stadium instead of St. John Fisher College where they have held their training camp for the decade.
Members of Bills Mafia had a chance to see the team in action and they turned out in droves to see the reigning AFC East champions. Over 15,000 Bills fans came out to watch the Bills in action.
Fans had a chance to see Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Dawson Knox, and the rest of the offensive work on some touchdown drives while they also got a glimpse of the latest draft picks on the defensive side of the ball.
The Bills are projected to finish atop of the AFC East again this season and are also a popular pick to make it to the Super Bowl this year. The Bills will be hoping to avenge their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game.
The Bills will have two more open to the public training camps at Highmark Stadium on August 7th and September 1st. Tickets to these open training camps are free and you can get yours HERE.
The Bills will kick off the regular season at home on September 13th as they play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Check out some of Bills Mafia enjoying training camp this past Saturday.