Report: Devin Singletary now taking part in Bills OTAs

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Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has evidently decided to join his team for organized team activities this week.

According to Syracuse.com, Singletary is at OTAs now after not taking part in the workouts last week:

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Previously Bills head coach Sean McDermott said during last week’s workouts that the team had somewhere around 70 to 75 players that did participate. Later on, multiple reports surfaced that Singletary was among the few not there.

Others included Vernon Butler, Jerry Hughes, Mario Addison, Daryl Williams, Taiwan Jones, Stefon Diggs, Star Lotulelei, and the recently-signed Emmanuel Sanders.

But it’s important to note that OTAs are voluntary workouts. Players do not need to attend them. Things don’t become mandatory until minicamp, which will occur on June 15-17 for the Bills.

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