Hamlin fully participates, Floyd makes debut as Bills hit final week of OTAs

The team is nearing the end of OTAs before starting mandatory minicamp next week

Orchard Park, N.Y. (WGR 550) - The Buffalo Bills are in the middle of their final week of voluntary Organized Team Activities (OTAs), but it was the first day on the field for Leonard Floyd.

The Bills' new edge rusher joined his teammates on the field outside the ADPRO Sports Training Center for the first time after signing a one-year contract on Tuesday, which ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler says is worth, at least, $7 million and up to $9 million.

In addition, safety Damar Hamlin took team reps with the defense for the first time this offseason. He was a full participant on the practice field for Buffalo.

This is the last week of voluntary workouts for players in Orchard Park before mandatory minicamp is scheduled to start next Tuesday, June 13 and run through Thursday, June 15.

There were five players I didn't see on the field during the session: Running backs James Cook and Damien Harris, wide receiver Stefon Diggs, tight end Zach Davidson, and edge rusher Von Miller.

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Rookie tight end and first-round pick Dalton Kincaid made a couple very impressive plays, including a deep ball down the middle of the field, and a terrific grab where he had to extend as he was headed towards the sidelines. Both passes were thrown by Josh Allen.

Defensively, cornerback Tre'Davious White continued to look smooth and comfortable during his first full offseason after suffering a torn ACL in November of 2021.

White did not participate in any OTAs, minicamps, or training camp last offseason, and made his regular season debut on Thanksgiving, playing six regular season games and two playoff games.

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