The Bills passing game had a good day on Tuesday.
It wasn’t just the quarterbacks. The whole receiving group–running backs, tight ends, wideouts–all won battles all morning long.
Much of the drills were in red zone, which allowed the tight ends to show off their new touchdown party.
Each time a tight end scores, every member of the position group–including coaches–must run out to the man who makes the catch to celebrate.
“Every time a guy caught a ball, it was a race to get out there to him,” Charles Clay said. “It was fun. It was a lot of fun today.”
“Our tight ends coach really prides us on making plays and supporting one another,” Khari Lee said. “Just bringing the energy, bringing the juice. It’s hot out here. Days get long. The more fun you’re having, the better off you’ll be.”
The tight ends might be throwing the end zone party, but the whole team is invited.
“Hopefully, it’s something that just spreads, spreads to other position groups when they see us out there having so much fun,” Clay said. “You’ll see other guys start to catch on. Definitely got a little winded running back and forth today.””
The last tight end out to the end zone gets a fine. They do review the film to determine the guilty party.
“I know Nick is on one of them. We have an intern, Phoebe. She’s probably gonna get fined one time. We’ll see,” said Lee with an evil grin.
Unsurprisingly, the quarterbacks had a good day right along with their receivers Tuesday. AJ McCarron and Josh Allen were especially good. They seem to be separating a bit from Nate Peterman in the three man quarterback derby.