1. Streater: WR & future video game designer
While many may watch Bills WR Rod Streater run and race around the field, few know that he is also a talented artist. In a recent interview, Streater discussed how he uses drawing, a hobby he began as a kid, to help him destress. He's since taken his skills to the next level and is currently enrolled in online video game and graphic art classes at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Following his football career, Streater hopes to work as a designer or storyboard artist for Disney or Pixar. "I feel like one day I could create a superhero," stated Streater. "A guy that's a football player, but just has this artist side and just somehow saves the world."
2. Alexander hosts dinner for teammates
As one of Buffalo's veteran players, linebacker Lorenzo Alexander has made it a priority to take his teammates under his wing. In a Tweet, Alexander shared that he not only hosted some of his fellow linebackers for dinner, including Sam Barrington, Gerald Hodges, Eddie Yarbrough, Abner Logan, and Preston Brown, but he also taught them a thing or two about how to play dominoes.
3. Walter Powell or should we say, Walter Picasso
It's no surprise that Buffalo Bills players are athletically talented, but many might be surprised that a few players have other talents as well. Bills wide receiver Walter Powell, spends his free time painting and he is pretty good at it too! He featured some of his work on Instagram, stating, "When music and life inspires me I just have to express how I'm feeling by painting."
4. Bills love science
Much like many science lovers, the recent solar eclipse was a big deal for Bills LS Reid Ferguson. In a Tweet, Ferguson shared a picture with his special solar eclipse glasses, as he prepped to watch the moon cover the sun for a brief moment in time.