Day one of OTAs for the Bills was a closed practice, but head coach Rex Ryan provided his take on how things went Tuesday.
“Well I liked the tempo of practice and I like the…you can tell that the guys are progressing from the mental part of it which is phase one and phase two and then putting back on the field not just against air, but they’re working against each other eleven on eleven so I think we’re doing pretty good that way from a mental standpoint,” he said. “I was impressed with some of the guys conditioning. The tempo was good. Pressing guys into two spots drills so you get almost twice as many reps but our team seemed to handle it pretty well.”
The team worked 11-on-11 at both ends of the field to maximize reps for all players according to Ryan, who said all but two players (Marquise Goodwin, Chris Williams) were in attendance at the voluntary practice Tuesday.
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