Buffalo Bills: 5 Things We Learned from OTAs

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Buffalo Bills: 5 Things We Learned from OTAs

The Buffalo Bills ended their 10 days of organized team activities on Friday afternoon, which was the first opportunity for the coaching staff to install new schemes. A lot has happened in the three weeks since rookie camp ended, and veterans joined the crowd at 1 Bills Drive.

Buddy Nix stepped down from his perch in the general manager position, and the Bills replaced him with hand-picked candidate Doug Whaley. Young receivers have stepped up in the absence of a true option opposite of Stevie Johnson, as the Bills transition to Nate Hackett's West Coast offense. The quarterback position is just as jumbled as it was a month ago, with no finalized option in sight. 

For a team that has plenty of new faces in key positions, OTAs are just the beginning of building a foundation for success. Mandatory camps are on the not-so-distant horizon, and there are plenty of stories to be watching as the offseason moves forward. 

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