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Bills, Falcons talking joint training camp practices

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7 hours ago

Just last season, the Buffalo Bills front office used their Carolina connections to create some joint practices. Both Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane came to the Bills via the Panthers and during the 2019 training camp, the two teams had joint practices.

Since then, Ron Rivera and many of the connections the Bills had in Carolina have been fired. Since those are no longer there, the Bills are appear to be turning their head to the Atlanta Falcons.

According to Falcons head coach Dan Quinn via a conference call on Tuesday with reporters, the Bills have discussed having joint practices with the Falcons at some point. The Falcons, another NFC South team like the Panthers, have also had discussions with the Dolphins about doing so as well, per Quinn.

While discussing those joint practices with the Panthers a year ago, Beane called them a “benefit” to both teams.

Previously the Falcons have had joint practices with teams such as a Bengals, Patriots, Jaguars and Titans, all of which are AFC teams.

Naturally much of this depends on whether or not the NFL has a typical offseason with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Perhaps the two sides are discussing next year’s training camp as well.

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