With Doug Marrone’s first NFL training camp as a head coach set to get underway with the night practice at 6 pm, the players are all wondering just what to expect on the practice field.
“Everyone is going to get this new experience and it’s a fresh start for everybody,” said rookie WR Robert Woods. “I know everybody is going to be going all out trying to get coach Marrone’s eyes and it’s going to be an exciting camp, a physical camp and a fun camp.”
Veteran Mario Williams has been through the camp grind before, but not with this coaching staff.
“Obviously it’ll be something different, but at the same time whenever training camp comes it’s something you embrace,” said Williams. “It’s a way to lock in and really focus and it’s all about football. When you go away this is all we’ve got. We’re here together and we see each other all the time and it’s just a better acclimation to the start of the season.”
The only Bills player on the roster that has some idea of what to expect is undrafted rookie Zach Chibane, who played for Marrone for four years at Syracuse. He shed some light on what to expect with Buffalobills.com.
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