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Four Big Stories From Day Two Of Buffalo Bills Minicamp

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Khalil Shakir did not practice on day two of the team's mandatory minicamp in Orchard Park, New York. Shakir suffered a lower-body injury just as team drills started on Tuesday.


A report by WGR 550's Sal Capaccio said Shakir limped off the field after falling hard trying to catch a pass. Shakir had a sleeve on his left leg and was on the field watching team drills during Wednesday's workout. He was seen working on a side field by himself, which may mean the injury is not severe.


The Bills' most significant question mark right now is at wide receiver. Who will be on the roster when the season starts against the Arizona Cardinals? Shakir is the only wide receiver on the Bills roster who has caught a pass from Josh Allen.



Bills Rookie Receiver Signs Contract

Four Big Stories from Day Two of Buffalo Bills Minicamp

On Wednesday, second-round pick Keon Coleman signed his rookie contract with the Buffalo Bills.


With his contract, the team now has its entire draft class signed. Before signing, he participated in voluntary Organized Team Activities and this week's minicamp.


Coleman was the 33rd pick in the draft from Flordia State and was an All-ACC selection in his final season as a Seminole. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver played two years at Michigan State before transferring to Flordia State.


Bills Cornerback Gets Back To Work

Four Big Stories From Day Two of Bill

Cornerback Rasul Douglas was back at One Bills Drive this week for minicamp.


He raised some eyebrows when he was absent from the team's OTAs, but he said no one should worry about his commitment to this team.



"I just feel like sometimes you just need to take away and just take a deep breath and to be thankful for what God blessed you with, the family that you with, and just to spend time with them. Also to get your mind healthy, happy," Douglas said following Wednesday's minicamp.

Douglas also added that the coaching staff was aware of his offseason routine. He said he got a good look at the playbook during his time off and better grasped the defense.


"Yeah, because you've got to learn everybody's position, not just what you're doing. Like last year, I didn't know what everybody else was doing," he said. "Now I'm kind of learning what the linebackers do, what the D-line do, where I'm gonna get my help from and things like that."


Buffalo Legend Visits The Team On Wednesday

Four Big Stories from Day Two of Buffalo Bills Minicamp

Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly was with the team on day two of the minicamp. Kelly spent 11 years running the Bills' no-huddle offense.


Kelly threw for over 35,000 yards and completed over 60% of passes in his career.


Also joining the Bills were Buffalo Sabres head coach Lindy Ruff and general manager Kevyn Adams.


Terry Pegula owns the Sabres and Bills, and the organizations work together when possible.




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