The Buffalo Bills are in off-season mode right now, although the off-season workout portion of their spring has begun. The team will hold mandatory minicamp from June 14-16 at One Bills Drive. Training camp will begin in the fourth week of July, but until then, there's still some activities to be had by players.

Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde held his annual charity softball game at Sahlen Field on Sunday afternoon.

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Many Bills players participate in the event, including quarterback Josh Allen.

Before the actual game, Allen won the home run derby portion of the event and when asked by WGR's Sal Capaccio "where does it rank in all of his accomplishments?", Josh had an answer that the thousands of fans at Sahlen Field absolutely loved.

Allen said, "It's a placeholder for when we win in February baby, let's go."

The one thing that has been noticeable about Josh over the past two years is the level of confidence on and off the field, which is absolutely a good thing.

Allen knows that he's held to a higher pedestal now and he believes in this team at finally getting over the hump and making it to the big game in February.

The Bills are the oddsmakers favorite to win the Super Bowl in Arizona in February, but they know it will be a difficult challenge. Make no mistake, this team's one and only goal is to win a championship during the 2022 season.

They've made the playoffs three straight years. They've bowed out in the Wild Card, AFC Divisional Round and AFC Championship game in those three runs. The only step left is making it to the Super Bowl and winning it.

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