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Buffalo Bills news, 7/22: training camp position battles

Which position battles are you looking forward to watching at training camp? There are a few previews to get your curiosity rolling in today's links.

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

Training camp position battles

Lindell, Powell are Bills incumbents with no guarantees - The Buffalo News
Jay Skurski lists several veterans who could lose their jobs in training camp this year.

Video: Position battles to watch at Bills training camp - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
Jerry Sullivan and Mike Harrington break it down for you.

Bills’ defensive jobs up for grabs - The Buffalo News
Highlighting the young defenders who are going to have to step up big in the linebacker corps and the secondary.

What position battle are you most looking forward to following? Is it at quarterback or on defense? Are you concerned with the second wide receiver job or nickel cornerback? Maybe you like seeing which UDFAs can make the squad. What are you looking forward to?

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