Bills’ Josh Allen, Jordan Phillips acknowledge training camp dust up

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and defensive tackle Jordan Phillips got into a bit of a shoving match during the team’s sixth training camp practice of 2022.

Both have since addressed the situation in their own ways via their social media accounts:

'It's all good' -Josh Allen

Allen decided to take the team guy approach as a quarterback most often would.

The QB decided to exclaim how much he loves the game of football. But he added “it’s all love” as a way to show things are all good between all involved:

Phillips defends himself a bit

Many accounts of what happened, including the video proof, show that it was Allen who engaged with Phillips. Phillips did bump Allen on the play, who was rushing the ball up the middle, but it did not seem out of line in any sense.

Because of that, and the likelihood that many fans would rush to defend the franchise quarterback to the ends of the earth no matter what happened, Phillips took the route of defending himself a bit.

The defender posted a story on Instagram which simply said “unbothered.” In a way, he’s also likely taking a similar approach to Allen by giving off the sentiment that things are all good between everyone in the Bills locker room.

Here’s Philips’ story via Bills Wire’s Bradley Gelber below:

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire