For the first time in 20 years, the Buffalo Bills will kick off their training camp somewhere other than St. John Fisher College. Because of the COVID-19, when the Bills players report to camp, they will report to One Bills Drive.

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With COVID-19 impacting the NFL season and the NFL schedule, Bills players will have their annual training camp at the Bills stadium in Orchard Park.

This camp will also be much different than in years past. First off, the camp will not be open to the public due to COVID-19.

Also, the players reporting on Tuesday will be checked for COVID-19 systems and then sent home.

According to the Buffalo News, on Saturday all players will have physicals and those players that test negative twice during the week will be allowed into the facility on Monday.

During the times the players are not at the facility, they will be part of virtual meetings. The first time players would be allowed to practice with pads would be around August 15th.

Also due to the "bubble" the team will be in, no outside free agents will be able to come and workout for the team.

The NFL has canceled all preseason games which means if that the first action against another team would come in week one of the NFL regular season. The Bills are scheduled to host the NY Jets on September 13th to start the season.