The Buffalo Bills are conducting second week of OTA's this spring, as they prepare for the team's only mandatory minicamp between June 14-16.

Bills Mafia is anxiously awaiting games once again, which will take place in August during the preseason. The earliest veterans can report to training camp is July 23rd, but we will see when they actually will. The Bills and Rams should report a few days prior to other teams since they will open the regular season three days sooner.

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The Bills are without starting quarterback Josh Allen on Wednesday, as he will participate in "The Match" with Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. Allen and Mahomes will go against Rodgers and Brady.

The Bills are back at practice on Wednesday, but they had a special visitor to One Bills Drive on Tuesday.

Former Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl and All-Pro linebacker, Luke Kuechly visited Bills OTA's.

Kuechly played for the Panthers from 2012-2019 and made the Pro Bowl seven of his eight seasons, while being named an All-Pro twice. He retired in 2020 at the age of 28.

Keuchly was drafted by Carolina, which is where both Bills general manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott came from, so they three know one another well, as does Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, who was on the Panthers coaching staff then as well.

Kuechly was a scout for Carolina from 2020-2021 and has done some studio work for ESPN. The Bills did bring in former Panthers linebacker Dan Morgan in their front office, before he was named assistant GM of Carolina in 2021, so perhaps Keuchly is interested in joining the Bills coaching staff or administrative office...

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