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Buffalo Bills Links, 6/14: Storylines to follow as mandatory minicamp begins

Plus, get to know Buffalo’s newest member of the offensive line

The Buffalo Bills begin the next phase of their offseason on Tuesday with the start of mandatory minicamp. Today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off with thoughts on the top storylines to follow from mandatory minicamp, including seeing the impact veteran linebacker/edge rusher Von Miller will have on Buffalo’s defense.

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Storylines to follow at the start of mandatory minicamp

Among the key stories and topics to watch from Buffalo’s three-day mandatory minicamp, which began on Tuesday: All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer will be in attendance (though it’s unknown whether he will participate); the positional battle for reps along the defensive line between Boogie Basham, A.J. Epenesa, Greg Rousseau, and free-agent signee Shaq Lawson; how new offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey runs Buffalo’s offense; the role of backup offensive lineman Cody Ford; and more!

Bills bolster OL, add Greg Van Roten

General manager Brandon Beane is always searching for ways to make his team better, and on Monday, the Bills GM struck again, bringing in veteran offensive lineman Greg Van Roten to compete along Buffalo’s offensive line.

WR Isaiah McKenzie appearing on ‘America’s Got Talent’

Buffalo’s charismatic wide receiver/returner is known for his personality. Now, the rest of the country can get a chance to see and hear McKenzie’s singing talents. McKenzie, along with the NFL Players Choir, will put their talents to the test Tuesday night at 8 PM EST on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” program.

Odds and ends

Josh Allen has received plenty of publicity and attention this offseason. Should Bills fans be worried by all the preseason hype around their franchise quarterback? Plus, Von Miller on why Greg Rousseau, Boogie Basham, and A.J. Epenesa have bright futures in the NFL, and more than 80 Bills staff members gave back to the local community by volunteering at the MLK Park and the Resource Council of WNY.