Buffalo Bills news, 5/20: rookie minicamp wraps up

Brett Carlsen

The Buffalo Bills finished off rookie minicamp on Monday. Get all the recaps right here.

Doug Marrone: "We've accomplished what we set out to do" - BuffaloBills.com

"Head coach Doug Marrone addressed the media following the conclusion of Bills rookie minicamp."

Rookie minicamp

Sammy Watkins: "Now it's just down to the details" - BuffaloBills.com
"Sammy Watkins wrapped up his first official practices as a Bill on Monday at rookie minicamp."

Rookie Minicamp Day 3: Foundation is laid - BuffaloBills.com
Chris Brown wraps up the three-day rookie minicamp.

Bills Roundup: Rookie Minicamp Wraps Up - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills rookie minicamp wrapped up on Monday afternoon as Sammy Watkins talked about what he has to work on, and coach Marrone outlined whats next in the offseason schedule."

Drafting winners could serve Bills well - BuffaloBills.com
"They may not have the NFL experience, but the Bills rookie class has already committed to changing the team’s fortunes."

Kouandjio: "I knew I'd end up in Buffalo" - AUDIO - BuffaloBills.com
"Bills second round pick Cyrus Kouandjio joined The John Murphy Show to discuss the team's recent mini-camp and why he was destined to be a Buffalo Bill."

Rookies complete their first step with Bills - Sports - The Buffalo News
"Upon closing the team’s rookie minicamp Monday, Bills coach Doug Marrone said the primary emphasis was on evaluating the conditioning of the team’s rookies before they join all of the veterans on the practice field next week."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Bills Rookie Minicamp Observations: Monday
"According to head coach Doug Marrone, Watkins got to the facilities before 7 am to start working out, and he did some additional work after the practice. It's only his third day on the job, and habits need to be formed over a course of a couple of months, but Watkins is off to a very good start."

WGR 550 SportsRadio - The Bills Rookies End Their First NFL Camp
Paul Hamilton wraps up camp.

Wrap-up thoughts from Buffalo Bills rookie minicamp - ESPN
"Given that players aren't in pads, there isn't contact, and that this is a teaching camp, it's tough to draw conclusions about players' performances in the camp. With that said, here are a few thoughts to pass along from the practice sessions:"

Buffalo Bills' Seantrel Henderson knows there's no excuses - ESPN
"In college, I had a lot of maturing to do, just as far as me as a person. I was coming from Minnesota, going down to Miami. Whole different state. By myself. I don't have my parents anymore," Henderson said. "I believed I could pretty much do anything I really want to do, as far as being a kid and being a young adult at the time. So I had a lot of growing up to do. I had to teach myself a lot, just from my parents not being there. It was a big learning experience for me."

PFT one-on-one: Watkins ready to make NFL leap | ProFootballTalk
"Bills’ WR Sammy Watkins joins Erik Kuselias to discuss where he thought he was going to end up on draft night and also talks about how he’s going to deal with the pressure of being the fourth overall pick."

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Jerry Jones sounds more concerned with 'growing of the pie' than keeping Bills in WNY - BN Blitz - The Buffalo News
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks to reporters about the Bills, Toronto, and Bon Jovi. Oh man.

WGR 550 SportsRadio - Looking Ahead To Bills Training Camp
"Once we get through the NFL draft, while the calendar says we still have minicamps and organized team activities, my mind immediately skips ahead to training camp. In about two months, the Buffalo Bills will report to St. John  Fisher so here's an early look at some of the many questions that will surround the 2014 Bills.  This column will focus on the offensive side of the ball."

GOLDMAN: Stevie Johnson a polarizing player during Bills tenure - Sports - MPNnow - Canandaigua, NY
"Since being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft, Stevie Johnson became the most polarizing player on the team. Whether it was due to his production on the field, touchdown celebrations, comments off the field or drops at key moments, fans either loved or hated him."

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