There is a lot for Buffalo’s rookies to absorb in their three-day minicamp with the coaching staff this weekend. For the three offensive linemen the Bills drafted, the devil is in the details. Footwork, hand placement, snap count, play calls, line calls, stunts and twists. That’s why seventh-round pick Seantrel Henderson is glad they’re not in pads just yet. He wants to master the techniques and his responsibilities first before he worries about the opponent on the other side of the line.
“Learning the plays right now and all the calls and the things we’ve got to do on the field, you’ll be in your stance thinking a lot about what you’ve got to do and things like that and then go hit the guy,” he said. “Now we’re just working on the footwork and the calls and where we have to go and who we have to block which I think this is a good thing right now. So once OTAs and minicamp do come it’s no more thinking, it’s just go.”
Henderson has been lining up exclusively at left tackle through the first two days of the rookie minicamp.
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