The Buffalo Bills have high expectations this season. That's what happens when you make it all the way to the AFC Championship game with a 13-3 record.

Bills starting quarterback Josh Allen was on the field at Highmark Stadium before the Bills preseason finale against the Green Bay Packers and shared a special moment with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at midfield.

The two quarterbacks appeared to be sharing drop-back techniques. This video is courtesy of WROC-TV Sports Director, Thad Brown.

That's very cool and it shows that the work never stops for two of the league's top quarterbacks.

Rodgers will not play on Saturday afternoon for the Packers, whereas Allen will play some for the Bills in what is his first game action for Buffalo since the 2020 postseason.

For many young players, this will be the final chance to impress the Bills coaching staff. The team needs to trim the roster to 53 players, which means nearly 30 players will be off the team by Tuesday.

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It still remains to be seen whether or not the Bills keep more than two quarterbacks. Right now, Allen and Mitch Trubisky are locks to make the team. Will the Bills keep a third quarterback? If so, will it be Jake Fromm or Davis Webb?

There's reason to believe the Bills will only keep two quarterbacks and maybe Fromm or Webb gets brought back on the practice squad, assuming they do not get claimed by another team.

Should be fun to watch and we're just two weeks away from the regular season opener.

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