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Buffalo Bills news, 7/31: Day 3 training camp recaps

The Buffalo Bills put pads on for the first time Tuesday. Check out the full practice recaps right here and more.

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

Day 3: Run game emphasized in Bills' first practice with pads - The Buffalo News

Mark Gaughan continues to be the most solid beat writer covering camp. If you only have time for one recap, make it this one. He neglects to mention anything of sore feet or testy exchanges.

Bills Camp: Day 3 Practice Notes - WGR 550

Joe Buscaglia also knocks his camp report out of the park. Take some time to check it out.

No. 2 cornerback up for grabs in Buffalo - ESPN AFC East Blog

A thorough look at not only the Buffalo Bills corners vying for the second cornerback job, but the wide receivers they are likely to face in the AFC East. Mike Rodak is nailing his new assignment.

Practice Notes, July 30th -
Chris Brown hits the big stories - Mario's foot, the battle at kicker, first contact, and more - from day 3 of training camp on Tuesday morning.

Doug Marrone: "I was very happy with what we got accomplished" -
The official transcript of the Bills' head coach's comment following practice omit a testy exchange with reporters. Bad form.

Bills Roundup: First Pads Practice, Tue Highlights -
"Hear what coach Marrone thought about the first practice in pads, Leodis McKelvin talks about working his way back from injury, and check out the top plays from Tuesday's practice."

McKelvin eases back into work - The Buffalo News
"It’s a new opportunity for me, a new beginning with these new coaches," McKelvin said after Tuesday’s practice at St. John Fisher College. "They’re doing a good job of letting me work myself back to full speed."

Buffalo Bills practice report - ESPN
Another overview of the goings-on at Fisher.

Buffalo Bills Training Camp: Williams, Searcy seize opportunity - MPNnow
"It gives me more of a range to make more plays," Williams said. "It’s harder when you are a corner - you have more man-to-man and one-on-one assignments. When you are a safety you have the whole field to look at; it’s a transition but I like it."