Before anyone gets too far ahead of themselves as rookie minicamp opens Friday, here's what Buffalo's draft means for a few position groups: Running backs The idea of the Bills drafting a running back was a popular topic (cue the, "we're all trying to find the guy who did this" meme), and Beane did little to extinguish that flame during his pre-draft news conference, saying that if a running back added an element the Bills didn't already have, he would consider that player with the team's No.
Getting the chance to learn from – and compete with – veterans Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison should benefit all of them. It’s a blessing. Being able to learn from them, they’re vets that have been doing this for a while, so they’re going to have a lot of tricks up their sleeve,” Rousseau said.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley was unfazed when Dr. Anthony Fauci asserted that those who have gotten the COVID vaccine are allowed to keep their masks off outside. The NFL veteran tweeted he didn’t have a mask on outside anyway, regardless of what Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, or the Centers for Disease Control said. "I do that without being vaccinated.