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Bills Links, 5/26: More coverage from the OTAs in Buffalo

All eyes remain on Allen, Peterman, and McCarron

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The analysis from the Buffalo Bills most recent OTA session continues, with all eyes on the quarterbacks. Today’s edition of the Bills Links includes new articles on Josh Allen, AJ McCarron, Nathan Peterman, John Miller and much more.

Check back with Buffalo Rumblings for all of your Bills coverage throughout the Memorial Day weekend.

Buffalo Bills OTAs 2018: Josh Allen looks sharp among 10 things we learned |
"The Buffalo Bills are doing everything they can to make sure Josh Allen doesn't feel added pressure. At the moment, it seems to be worked."

Bills OTA Frenzy! - The Bills Beat with Joe B. and Matthew Fairburn
The guys are back discussing everything that happened at OTAs.

Nathan Peterman: "It's Good to Get Reps With Everybody" -
The Bills quarterback talks about learning a new offense, the differences from last year, and what Kelvin Benjamin means to the offense.

John Miller fully committed to regain starting role -
After a 2017 season he'd prefer to forget, John Miller is dead set on regaining the starting right guard role he held for his first two NFL seasons in Buffalo.

Josh Allen attempts to draw the Buffalo Bills' logo (video) |
The keyword here is 'attempts.'

Josh Allen, AJ McCarron and Nathan Peterman Address the QB competition | Cover 1
All of the Q&A from the Bills quarterbacks.

Benched and humbled, Buffalo Bills guard John Miller went back to his roots to get ready for 2018 -
Once a promising young draft pick, Buffalo Bills offensive lineman John Miller is trying to get his career back on the track it was once on -- and went back to his roots to help him do so.

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