Done with workouts for the week, the Bills have one last round of OTAs coming up, starting next Tuesday and running through Friday.
Things are slowly coming together as all the new faces out at One Bills Drive get used to working with each other. This includes new quarterbacks throwing balls to new receivers, most of whom are new to the league.
Robert Woods seems to be grasping the concepts. Coming out of USC, Woods is looked at as one of the more NFL-ready rookies.
“The more he becomes accustomed to what we want in this system and I think it's important for the receivers and (WR coach) Ike Hilliard does a great job at teaching this to them as well, is understanding our footwork with their concepts, because we do it a little different and that way they understand when to come out of stuff and when they can be patient here and there, as he gets that he's going to get better and better,” said quarterback Kevin Kolb.