The Bills had a couple of players who were not on the field at Buffalo’s mandatory minicamp. Two were players still rehabbing offseason procedures in Chris Williams and Aaron Williams. The third player had trouble traveling back to Buffalo.
That according to head coach Rex Ryan, who explained Seantrel Henderson’s absence Tuesday.
“He had some travel issues and was not in the building,” said Ryan. “You always tell guys, especially when you’re heading north, always try to prepare a little. I’ll talk to him about that.”
As for Chris Williams, who has not been in attendance for any of the OTA practices, but was in the building Tuesday rehabbing, Ryan made it a point to speak with him at length.
“Chris is here and I know what he looks like. He’s a big dude,” said Ryan. “My conversation with Chris, I’ll just leave it as private. There are voluntary camps. Obviously, we knew Chris’ situation with his rehab and things. Nobody looks like him.”
Ryan said he expects to see Henderson back on the practice field Wednesday.
Tags: Chris Williams, Mandatory minicamp, Rex Ryan, Seantrel Henderson
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