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Bills cancel today's voluntary practice for a team-building activity


Don't expect any mundane updates from Buffalo Bills spring practice today on how the team is looking while working out in shirts and shorts in simulated football work that isn't really football. Coach Doug Marrone cancelled the on-field practice session in order to have his 85-or-so players on hand take part in a team-building activity. The Bills will practice, as scheduled, on Thursday morning in their final voluntary on-field workout of the spring.

The Bills have three mandatory minicamp practices scheduled for next week.

  • BullGuy

    What strip club are they going to?

  • T-W-I-T-T-E-R

    Calling your own updates mundane suggests that you dont like your job and/or your bosses at the news are forcing you to do these updates (that you dont like doing)

  • Buffalo Shark


  • WHAT?

    Sounds like a great idea. Not. Three sloppy practices in a row by the offense, so the solution is to go screw off somewhere? Great message to send.

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