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The Buffalo Rumblings Podcast: Front office changes, rookie playing time

Our podcast duo break down the changes in the front office, which rookies should see the field in 2018, and more.

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In the latest edition of the Buffalo Rumblings Podcast, John Boccacino and Anthony Marino broke down a very newsy week for the Buffalo Bills.

The duo discussed the recent changes in the front office at One Bills Drive, including the sudden resignation of Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, and Pegula Sports and Entertainment president Russ Brandon. Brandon’s resignation also thrust the Bills into the spotlight, with Kim Pegula taking over as the first female president of an NFL team.

One of the areas where Brandon’s departure could be felt is with the Bills’ training camp home since 2000, St. John Fisher College. Brandon, a Fisher graduate, was the architect of bringing training camp to suburban Rochester, but now the future of Buffalo’s training camp is in question.

The eight rookies selected by the Bills during the 2018 NFL draft have all selected their jersey numbers, and with the rookies hitting the practice field at the end of the week, Marino and Boccacino assessed which rookies will see the most playing time in 2018.

The co-hosts are high on how much linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, defensive tackle Harrison Phillips, and offensive guard Wyatt Teller will play. Marino feels Josh Allen, the No. 7 overall pick, will see the field quiet a bit in his rookie campaign, while Boccacino thinks Allen has a lot to prove before he is able to unseat AJ McCarron for the starting QB role.

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