Josh Allen takes notice of what Dalton Kincaid brings to Buffalo's offense

“You look at his catch radius and he makes some unreal catches”

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - Preparations continue for the 2023 regular season, as several Buffalo Bills players are back in Orchard Park for Organized Team Activities (OTAs).

Among the notables in attendance for OTAs is quarterback Josh Allen, who is already taking notice of what 2023 first-round tight end Dalton Kincaid brings to the Buffalo offense.

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"His fluidity, just in terms of how he moves, getting in and out of moves. You look at his catch radius and he makes some unreal catches," said Allen during his meeting with the media on Tuesday.

In terms of the overall offense in 2023 compared to last season, Allen offered some insight into how it could have a different look.

"We’re not going to be too different, but I think we are definitely picking things up," Allen said. "Looking back at last year's film and, myself, having eyes in the wrong spot sometimes, making sure I’m on the same page with the wide receivers, running backs and tight ends."

Outside of football, Allen had a heavy presence at the PGA Championship this past weekend at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester. Not only did Allen speak on his weekend in Rochester, he also touched on having played at Michael Block’s golf course - Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club - and meeting him before the tournament.

You can listen to Allen’s entire meeting with the media available in the player below:

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