Gabe Davis’ Dog Comes to Buffalo Bills Practice; He’s Adorable
The Buffalo Bills are preparing for their first preseason game.
The Bills host the Indianapolis Colts at Highmark Stadium this Saturday afternoon, which will be the Bills' only home preseason game in 2023. They will play at the Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers.
The offense has a lot of eyes on them. They will have new wide receivers, such as Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield, who replace Jamison Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie. The Bills also drafted first round tight end Dalton Kincaid.
Gabe Davis is entering an important season. He is going into the final year of his rookie deal and there's a divide with fans on whether or not the Bills should extend Davis. Either way, he will likely get a big payday, whether it's from Buffalo or another team.
Davis was the talk of the practice field on Monday, as he decided to bring his dog "Ghost" to St. John Fisher University.
How adorable is Ghost?
I love how happy that Ghost is here. He's clearly living his best life.
Davis will be looking to catch more passes short and intermediate in 2023. He's been largely a deep threat for quarterback Josh Allen in his first three seasons.
There is still no word on who will play in the first preseason game. Head coach Sean McDermott should confirm that on Thursday, before or after practice. You may not see much of the starters, including Josh Allen.