Per the Athletic’s Matthew Fairburn, one of the main questions heading into 2020 for the Bills is QB Josh Allen‘s development, specifically his accuracy. Allen acknowledged it’s been one of his focuses this offseason: “I keep seeing the stat, when I complete over 60 percent of my passes we haven’t lost, so I think that’s the goal.”
Fairburn notes it’s fair to wonder if Bills fifth-round QB Jake Fromm will make the team following the reveal of racist text messages from 2019. At the very least, Fromm has more to prove to his teammates than he otherwise would have.
Most of the Bills’ interactions with new WR Stefon Diggs have been via video during virtual OTAs. But Allen says Diggs was impressive in person during the player workouts Allen organized: “I’ll tell you, this man loves to work. He loves to get on the field and run routes and talk to the guys and explain how he’s running routes and explain what works for him to these young cats.”
The Vikings traded Diggs in part because he had become unhappy and they wanted to ward off locker room issues, but Allen said he didn’t get a diva impression from Diggs: “He was there for the betterment of the team and wanted to hang out with the guys and wanted to learn and get to know the guys, and I thought that was pretty special. You hear all these crazy stories in the media and I think he’s had a bad rep where he was at.”
Adams told teammate S Marcus Maye that he will miss playing with him the most, implying he will be leaving New York. Adams had previously appeared in a video saying he was trying to come to Dallas and officially requested a trade from the Jets last week.
Ian Rapoport says that it is understandable why Adams is upset about not receiving an extension, yet his antics have not changed the Jets’ stance on not trading him.