PITTSFORD, N.Y. – It's no coincidence, receiver T.J. Graham says, that the Buffalo Bills opened training camp by putting on an aerial display featuring one deep completion after another.
The Bills' intention during a two-minute session that finished after 10 consecutive long bombs into the end zone was to create an early buzz by showing off their young and speedy stable of receivers.
Some 10 days later, very little has changed in the practice repertoire, with the offense continuing to find time to put an emphasis on its newfound ability to spread the field.
The Bills spent the offseason revamping their group of receivers.
They drafted Southern California's Robert Woods in the second round, and then selected Texas speedster Marquise Goodwin in the third round.