The Buffalo Bills opening training camp this week. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen got his first reps with his new team, just a day after signing his rookie contract.
Buffalo traded up in the 2018 draft in order to select Allen with the No. 7 overall pick. Since then, there's been some debate about whether or not Allen will be a successful NFL quarterback.
In his first action with the team, Allen started hot, but ended poorly. Working with the third-team offense behind A.J. McCarron and Nate Peterman, Allen finished his day with two poor throws.
Here's the breakdown from Joe Buscaglia.
It's important to note that those watching Allen during the full course of Thursday's practice noted some solid throws from the rookie.
It's too early to tell what kind of player Allen will be, but expectations are high - especially considering the Bills moved up into the early first round to select the former Wyoming QB.