Inside the Bills - Jul 28

Lynch looking physical
Posted By: Chris Brown 4:04 PM ET

LYNCH LOOKING PHYSICAL: One player that was certainly ready to put on the pads Monday was Marshawn Lynch. Not only was he blocking effectively, he was knocking some linebackers down.

Ironically after the first set of blocking drills, there was a special teams segment that he was not a part of, so Lynch went down to the other end of the field with the starting linebackers and hit the sled with them.

"I wanted to see it from the other side," Lynch told Buffalobills.com.

Lynch and Dwayne Wright looked strong through the hole on a few runs, but there was a fair amount of penetration by the defense in the run game. We'll see who gets the better of the play in the next pads practice, which comes tomorrow night.

Losman nicks throwing hand
Posted By: Chris Brown 4:02 PM ET

LOSMAN NICKS THROWING HAND: Late in practice J.P. Losman hit his throwing hand on one of his offensive linemen on his follow through as one of his tackles was backed up into the pocket on a passing play. Losman was able to shake it off though trainers checked his thumb and index finger.

Losman left the locker room after practice with a simple tape wrap around the lower half of his thumb. We'll see if it restricts his reps in any way tomorrow as the thumb is essential to getting a firm grip on the ball and delivering it accurately.

Lightning cuts practice short
Posted By: Chris Brown 3:58 PM ET

LIGHTNING CUTS PRACTICE SHORT: Buffalo's only practice of the day was cut nine plays short thanks to lightning in the area.

"We found out that it was within 3-8 miles and at that point it's not worth the risk, so we brought it inside," said Jauron.

The players finished the final nine plays in the St. John Fisher fieldhouse on a walk through basis after removing their pads.

Lynch looking physical
Posted By: Chris Brown 4:04 PM ET

LYNCH LOOKING PHYSICAL: One player that was certainly ready to put on the pads Monday was Marshawn Lynch. Not only was he blocking effectively, he was knocking some linebackers down.

Ironically after the first set of blocking drills, there was a special teams segment that he was not a part of, so Lynch went down to the other end of the field with the starting linebackers and hit the sled with them.

"I wanted to see it from the other side," Lynch told Buffalobills.com.

Lynch and Dwayne Wright looked strong through the hole on a few runs, but there was a fair amount of penetration by the defense in the run game. We'll see who gets the better of the play in the next pads practice, which comes tomorrow night.

Losman nicks throwing hand
Posted By: Chris Brown 4:02 PM ET

LOSMAN NICKS THROWING HAND: Late in practice J.P. Losman hit his throwing hand on one of his offensive linemen on his follow through as one of his tackles was backed up into the pocket on a passing play. Losman was able to shake it off though trainers checked his thumb and index finger.

Losman left the locker room after practice with a simple tape wrap around the lower half of his thumb. We'll see if it restricts his reps in any way tomorrow as the thumb is essential to getting a firm grip on the ball and delivering it accurately.

Lightning cuts practice short
Posted By: Chris Brown 3:58 PM ET

LIGHTNING CUTS PRACTICE SHORT: Buffalo's only practice of the day was cut nine plays short thanks to lightning in the area.

"We found out that it was within 3-8 miles and at that point it's not worth the risk, so we brought it inside," said Jauron.

The players finished the final nine plays in the St. John Fisher fieldhouse on a walk through basis after removing their pads.

No NFL penalties for Lynch
Posted By: Chris Brown 11:37 AM ET

LYNCH WILL NOT FACE NFL PENALTIES: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appearing at Bills training camp this morning after having a meeting with Senator Schumer and Ralph Wilson stated that Lynch based on how the case played out did not violate the league's personal conduct policy and will not face any disciplinary action from the league.

More on this to come on Buffalobills.com.

Posted By: Chris Brown 11:37 AM ET

LYNCH WILL NOT FACE NFL PENALTIES: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appearing at Bills training camp this morning after having a meeting with Senator Schumer and Ralph Wilson stated that Lynch based on how the case played out did not violate the league's personal conduct policy and will not face any disciplinary action from the league.

More on this to come on Buffalobills.com.

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