ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Bills wrapped up their three day mini-camp Thursday morning - the last practice session until training camp.
While the defense dominated the first two days, the offense caught up a bit today, connecting for several touchdowns throughout the practice.
Overall, Head Coach Doug Marrone says he is happy with what the team accomplished during OTA's and mini-camp.
"I'm very pleased with the amount of work that we've gotten done," said Marrone. "We've reached our goal as far as what we wanted to get in. We've reached our goal as far as teaching the players what our tempo is, how we want to practice."
The team now has six weeks off before opening training camp July 28th.
"This is not vacation time," said defensive end Mario Williams. "You can take a trip or whatever, that's fine. But this six weeks that we're about to have is not just, go home and eat Doritos."
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