The Buffalo Bills Abruptly End Minicamp One Day Early
The Buffalo Bills are the favorites to win the Super Bowl heading into the 2022 NFL season.
The team will report to St. John Fisher College in Pittsford, NY at the end of July, which will be their first time back at the campus for camp since 2019.
The Bills have been conducting OTA's since May and this week, had their one and only mandatory minicamp at One Bills Drive.
In a rather surprising move for the team, the Bills have abruptly ended their minicamp, one day earlier than scheduled.
The Bills had minicamp Tuesday and Wednesday, but decided to end camp after today's session, according to The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia.
The Bills had 100 percent attendance on Tuesday and Wednesday, plus the team (by all accounts) had two tremendous days at practice; while also having near perfect attendance for OTA's.
The coaches and front office clearly have been happy with the way the team has looked on and off the field, which is saying something since they have a new play caller on offense in former quarterback coach, Ken Dorsey.
This is a really good sign that the Bills are ready to live up to the intense hype surrounding their 2022 Super Bowl chances.
Knowing the kind of head coach Sean McDermott is, this was a shock that he didn't want to get that extra day in. It also shows how he has grown as a coach, that the rest and relaxation is more valuable than another day at minicamp.
It should also be noted that it's going to be hot and muggy tomorrow with the potential for severe thunderstorms, and while they have the Adpro Sports Training Center, it adds another reason to end camp a day early.