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Buffalo Rumblinks 6/17: Observations from mandatory minicamp

Plus, the Bills announced their dates for training camp at St. John Fisher College

The Buffalo Bills concluded the next phase of their offseason schedule with mandatory minicamp, and today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off with observations on whose performances stood out during the course of the three days.


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Observations from mandatory minicamp

Who stood out during the Bills’ three-day mandatory minicamp? Rookie cornerback Kaiir Elam, wide receiver Tavon Austin, and rookie running back James Cook made good first impressions with the team, while rookie punter Matt Araiza finally got a chance to hold...just in individual drills with the other specialists and not as an official extra point or field goal attempt. Plus, it’s only June, but quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs showed they’re in midseason form.

Bills announce training camp schedule

After two years away from St. John Fisher College due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bills are coming back to Rochester, NY for training camp later this summer. On Thursday, the team announced the full three-week training camp schedule, which includes 12 open practice sessions.

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