After over a month of training camp at St. John Fisher College, the Buffalo Bills had their final camp practice Thursday.
It was an eventful end to training camp, as head coach Doug Marrone blew a gasket after fights broke out for the second straight day. Per Matthew Fairburn of Syracuse.com, Marrone stopped practice and went on an expletive-laden rant about how fighting is detrimental to the game.
As punishment, Marrone made the whole team run sprints, which Jerry Hughes did not appreciate. Hughes voiced his displeasure, which led to an exchange of words between Hughes and Marrone. After practice, Fairburn wrote, Marrone talked to Hughes and told him he likes the energy he brings to practice.
After spending so much time in close quarters, emotions are bound to boil over at some point. It was a good move by Marrone, though, to take over and show that kind of behavior won't be tolerated any longer. As long as the frustrations don't carry over to the regular season, the team should be fine.
With the Bills hitting the road back to Orchard Park for their preseason home opener, it's that time again to examine some players on the roster bubble. Not everyone can get a spot, despite their hard work during training camp. Let's predict what will happen to five players on the bubble for the Bills.