Expectations carry Bills into summer break
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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Expectations. It's a word we've heard all offseason and throughout OTA's and mini-camp when it comes to the Buffalo Bills.
And it's no different after the team wrapped up worksouts at mini-camp on Thursday. Next up, it's training camp at the end of July.
The excitement around the Bills stems from the additions the club made in free agency and the draft, as well as some key contributors from last season's 5-2 start returning to heatlh.
Now it's a matter of turning those heightened expectations into victories on the field.
"We feel like we've got a lot to prove. We've made some good moves in the offseason, and that's all it is, is moves," said running back Fred Jackson. "We have to come out and go play football and we know that. We've got some valuable pieces added that are looking forward to come in and contribute, so we want to go out and make a splash this year."
The Bills open training camp on July 26th at St. John Fischer.