AFC Notes: Bills, Dolphins, Patriots



Bills QB Josh Allen is excited for WR Stefon Diggs to join the team this season and believes he will have a big impact on Buffalo’s offense.

“(He’s) an elite playmaker who is going to do great things for us,” said Allen, via Michael Giardi. John Brown and Cole Beasley are now going to have even more opportunities with Steff out there and defenses are going to have to pay more attention to what else we got on the field. I think it’s just, we’re going to continue to work hard,  I can go down from vet to rookie, these guys want to work.”


New Dolphins C Ted Karras is excited to work with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and offered nothing but praise even though QB Tua Tagovailoa could possibly earn the starting job.

“I’ve been a fan (of Ryan Fitzpatrick) for a long time. I love the way he plays. We definitely communicated a lot this spring. I’m really excited to start getting in-person, start getting some reps together; but I love the way he plays,” said Karras, via “He’s been a great leader and very welcoming to me so far, so I’m really excited to get to work with him and play some ball.”

Karras also mentions that he is excited to get together with the Dolphins new group of offensive linemen.

“I’m excited to get in with (the offensive line). There’s some big dudes coming in, yeah. We’re going to have a pretty big o-line and that’s exciting, and everyone’s been working hard,” Karras continued. “I’m really excited just to get together whenever that may be, but I think it’s going to be a really good competitive camp. Everything is going to be competition and we’re going to have the five best guys out there Week 1 and start putting it together.”


Patriots T Isaiah Wynn was a 2018 draft pick but he missed the entire season due to an ACL injury and only played in eight games of the 2019 season due to a separate injury to his toe.

“Last year for me really was my really rookie year, so I had some occasional rookie ups and downs especially coming back the last [six] games,” Wynn said, via “I still have a lot of room to improve on. I’m looking forward to getting back out there and being out there regularly.”

“This offseason was my first official offseason because I’m able to just go out and work out and not rehab,” Wynn continued. “It’s been different. It’s great being able to still be involved with everything that’s going on with our team with the meetings and all that, but that aspect of not having that camaraderie of being in the same facility together is missed. Other than that it’s been great.”

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