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Tyrod Taylor to get Buffalo Bills skill players together this offseason

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Tyrod has meet up planned after a week with his family following the conclusion of minicamp today.

During an appearance on Pro Football Talk Live on NBS Sports Network on Thursday morning, Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor discussed what he plans to do during the five weeks between the end of minicamp and the start of training camp in late July.

“Going home to see the family for a little bit. But I’ll get back to training in a week or so and plan on getting the receivers, tight ends, and running backs together for a week and just getting some work in leading up until training camp.”

Tyrod told Mike Florio this meet up will happen in Atlanta, Georgia.

“That’s where I spent most of my offseason. So it’ll be down in Georgia.”

To end his interview, Tyrod responded to a question about how much time he’ll go without picking up a football by saying:

“That’s kind of hard to go without picking up a football. You do that when you go home. I’m a football player. I’ve been playing since the age of five. So it’s hard to go without a football for a while. I’ll definitely give the rest maybe for a week... but get back into throwing.”

With pass-catching newcomers Zay Jones, Andre Holmes, Philly Brown, Rod Streater, and Jeremy Butler, Tyrod has plenty of receivers he’d likely be interested in getting extra practice time with to build chemistry, learn route-running tendencies, and work on timing.

Maybe through social media we’ll eventually see which offensive skill-position players took the trip to Atlanta for the bonus reps with their quarterback.