With Bills fable Jim Kelly looking on, Josh Allen went by his initial use as a Bill. It’s tough to review too many into a rookie minicamp practice, though Allen had some good moments and some bad. During a initial 11-on-11 apportionment of practice, Allen didn’t take any reps. But he jumped in and took all of a reps on a subsequent session, completing 10 of his 12 passes. However, usually one of those completions trafficked over than 5 yards in a air. During one-on-ones, Allen showed off his arm strength a few times, though there weren’t a ton of opportunities for him to do so in group work.
Allen pronounced there weren’t too many first-day jitters.
“Not really,” Allen said. “I’m going out there and I’m going to play football how we know to play football. I’m still operative on a lot of things. Coach Daboll’s going to assistance me out. Through this whole breeze process, we felt like I’ve done a lot of strides. Coming out here, felt like we did good today; felt like we put a round where we indispensable to be many of a time. Obviously, there are throws I’d like back, but, as we swell by this rookie minicamp, and by a rookie developmental period, we devise to urge each day.”