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Mitch Morse, Daryl Williams arrive at Buffalo Bills OTAs

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

The list of Buffalo Bills not present for Organized Team Activities more frequently referred to as OTAs is dwindling. At this point, all offseason activities are still voluntary, so 100 percent attendance isn’t expected.

Two pieces of the team’s offensive line hadn’t been in attendance but arrived for their first team workouts this week, as starting center Mitch Morse and right tackle Daryl Williams were both at One Bills Drive. Williams signed a nice contract this offseason. With full contact details not possible at this point in time, it’s often harder to evaluate offensive linemen and both players seem to have a spot secured.

After missing the first week, receivers Stefon Diggs and Emmanuel Sanders were in attendance for Week 2. Both are not present at Week 3. Jaquan Johnson, who was present for the first two weeks, is not at practice today, as well.

Here are the shrinking list of players who have yet to arrive for any of the OTAs, which again are voluntary at this point in time:

  • DT Star Lotulelei
  • DT Vernon Butler
  • RB Taiwan Jones
  • DE Mario Addison
  • DE Jerry Hughes