A new season is still months away.  But the full Buffalo Bills roster was on display today in Orchard Park for the first day of mandatory mini-camp.

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The Buffalo Bills enter the 2022 season with plenty of high expectations on their shoulders.  They are the odds-on favorite in Vegas to win the Super Bowl.  They sit at the top of the latest NFL Power Rankings.  And Quarterback Josh Allen just nabbed the top spot on the latest NFL QB power rankings list.

All those accolades, along with key offseason additions LB/EDG - Von Miller  (6 years/$120 Million), DT - DaQuan Jones (2 years/$14 Million), DT - Tim Settle (2 Years/$9 Million), TE - O.J. Howard (1 year/$3.5 Million), G - Roger Saffold 1 year/$6.25 Million), WR - Jamison Crowder (1 year/$4 Million), RB - Duke Johnson (1 year/$1.2 Million), and DT - Jordan Phillips (1 year/$3.75 Million) mean there are a ton of new faces that will be taking the field this season for the Bills, for the first time.

Add in the team's eight draft picks, and 14 undrafted free agents, you're gonna need a spreadsheet to keep track of them all.

Today, all of the new and old faces gathered in Orchard Park for the first time, as the team's mandatory June Mini-Camp got underway.  One of the big underlying storylines of camp resolved itself yesterday when it was announced that pending free agent Safety Jordan Poyer would be attending.

We have a long way to go until the Bills officially kick off the 2022 NFL season on Thursday, September 8th against the defending World Champion Los Angeles Rams, but today we get our first look at the 2022 version of the team in action.

Check out the pictures of day 1 of Bills' mandatory Mini-Camp below.

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