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Circling the Wagons: Steve Tasker previews Buffalo Bills 2021 Training Camp

Bills Great Steve Tasker previews Bills Training Camp! Listen now!

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In this episode, we talk with co-host of One Bills Live and Buffalo Bills great, Steve Tasker, to preview the Bills’ 2021 training camp in Orchard Park. We discuss the differences in COVID-19 protocol and social distancing within One Bills Drive this year compared to last season, Josh Allen’s potential contract extension and when it could happen, how crowd noise could affect Josh Allen and all teams in the NFL this season compared to last season, what he expects from the defense this season, what the Bills’ run game needs to do to improve this season, some training camp positional battles he’ll be following, which new players that he’ll be watching in camp, his famous “It Might be Chilly” hype clip before the playoffs last season, similarities between the Bills in the 1990s and now, and a lot more! Listen now and Go Bills!

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