Keon Coleman has only been a member of the Buffalo Bills for a couple of days. Today he got his first taste of what it's like to catch passes from Josh Allen.

In the last couple of weeks, Keon Coleman has been winning over Bills Mafia in a hurry.  His press conferences have been perfect.  He's done some national podcasts and interviews that have made the rest of the country start to love this kid too.  He's making people laugh and earning new fans every day.

But even he will admit that it won't mean anything if he's not making plays on the field.  All of the funny sayings and the goofy attitude will only get you so far if you don't produce.  This week was the first time that he got to start that process.

The Bills' OTA Offseason workouts are taking place this week.  They started yesterday and will continue over the next couple of days.  They will be off tomorrow then will be back on the field on Thursday.  Then they'll be back again May 28-30, June 3-4, and June 6.

They call them OTAs which stands for Organized Team Activities and these ones are optional.  They aren't mandatory.  However, there will be mandatory workouts coming up at the mandatory minicamp June 11-13th.

Josh Allen will definitely need some time to work with what is essentially an all new receiving corps.  Aside from his tight ends Dalton Kincaid and Dawson Knox, one of the only returning receivers will be Khalil Shakir.  Josh will be working with completely new players in Curtis Samuel, Mack, Hollins, Keon Coleman, Chase Claypool, and more.

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