McDermott discusses Incognito and new National Anthem policy

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Buffalo Bills Coach Sean McDermott spoke about players and a new NFL policy during a conference on Thursday morning.

He did not reveal much regarding his stance of the new National Anthem policy, where players can either stand on the field or stay in the locker room during the performance.

McDermott says he had conversations with Kim Pegula, and plans to talk more in the future.

On the topic of individual players themselves, McDermott wished Richie Incognito well.

On Wednesday, police say Incognito was taken to a mental health facility in Florida following an incident at a gym.

“Richie told us a few weeks ago that he wanted to retire and later told us he wanted to un-retire. So, that’s why we moved on,” McDermott said.

The team’s wide receivers were also mentioned. Zay Jones is out for the rest of spring due to knee surgery. It is not clear when he’ll return, but the coach believes he will play this season.

Kelvin Benjamin, on the other hand, is practicing and off to a good start.

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