A long, hot practice in the sunshine at Bills camp made for some competitive, chippy play on Sunday. And both the Bills offense and defense were not shy about letting the other side know when they made big plays.
Veteran wideout Mike Williams took an extra long bow to the crowd after catching a tough touchdown pass in traffic during red zone work. And Williams curtain call resulted in DB Corey Graham throwing the ball at him after he started to return to the huddle.
“I had about six touchdowns today,” Williams said after practice. “It’s very competitive, we wanted to make it like that. We always want to make it competitive, we want them (defense) to compete, so we can be our best on Sundays.”
Safety Aaron Williams embraced the competitive, fiery nature of Sunday’s practice.
“It’s just one of the things we’re trying to do to get better,” he said. “We don’t want to take crap from anybody. When somebody jumps in your face we’re not going to let it go. We’re trying to be a different defense, more attitude, and just trying to have the attitude that we’re going to win and it has to happen on both sides.”
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