The Buffalo Bills have completed the second day of their mandatory minicamp at One Bills Drive. While we don’t put too much stock into performances without full pads, we’ll still give you the important information from today.
Josh Allen throws TD with starters
Allen was sprinkled into the first-team reps again on Wednesday and in early red zone work threw a bullet to Jeremy Kerley. Then he overthrew his receiver on the next play and on another pass, Charles Clay dropped it. Take the good with the bad. Allen spent the rest of practice with the third-team.
The other Bills quarterbacks threw touchdowns in red zone work, too. Nathan Peterman threw a high pass to Austin Proehl who came down with a toe-tapper and AJ McCarron had one to Andre Holmes.
Marshall Newhouse sees first action with starters
While media has only been able to watch three sessions of the nine OTA practices and now two days of the minicamp, Jordan Mills has lined up with the first-team in all of those practices until today. In the first session with the starters, it was Newhouse who took the reps at right tackle. Incumbent starter Jordan Mills came in for the second set of reps.
Two-minute drill finds paydirt
With the first-team offense, AJ McCarron found Rod Streater on a game-ending heave in the back of the end zone for a score. “He had very little room in back of end zone and multiple defenders around him,” according to Sal Capaccio.
After Nathan Peterman couldn't connect with Jason Croom on the second-team offense, the third-team offense took the field under Josh Allen. He started on his own 10-yard line with a minute left and converted a fourth down along the way but had to settle for a long field goal attempt:
Bills undrafted rookie kicker Tyler Davis just hit a 64-yard field goal to end practice. He’s mobbed by his teammates.— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) June 13, 2018
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Russell Bodine back as start center today— Mark Gaughan (@gggaughan) June 13, 2018