The Buffalo Bills may have to wait to head to Nashville to play football but at least one player on the team is already in music city in spirit.

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Tight end Dawson Knox was on as how recently with Buffalo Bills' owner Kim Pagula and was asked about his choice of music. It was not just country music that Knox was talking about. It was traditional country music.

Knox grew up in Brentwood, Tennessee and is a fan of artists like Garth Brooks, George Strait and some of the newer artists like Luke Combs.

Although fans are not allowed in the stands at Bills Stadium, the music is played pretty loud for the players to enjoy and some of them even have submitted a list of songs. I wouldn't be surprised if in the background on the broadcast you will hear some steel guitar thanks to Dawson Knox.

The Bills will have to wait to play the Tennessee Titans as COVID-19 has shut down their practices and forced the game to move to Tuesday IF there are no positive cases for at least two days in a row. The Bills seem ready and eager to play whenever the game happens. For players, it has to be as frustrating as it is for us fans.