Dawson Knox Needs Help From Buffalo Bills Fans
The Buffalo Bills are currently in the midst of the team's only mandatory minicamp of the spring at One Bills Drive.
The minicamp goes through Thursday and will be the final off-season workout before the team reports for training camp at the end of July.
The Bills are the favorites to win the Super Bowl heading into the 2022 season, and it's because of the strong roster that general manager Brandon Beane has put together.
The defense ranked number one in yards allowed per game last year and the offense was top five in yards per game, with a high-octane passing game with the likes of Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.
Tight end Dawson Knox had a breakout season in 2021 and is looking to cash in on a new contract soon, with one year remaining on his rookie deal.
The Ole Miss product and Brentwood, Tennessee native has been a welcomed addition to Buffalo. Knox has been active in charity work as well and he needs help from Buffalo and Western New York.
Knox is involved with the Boys and Girls Club, and is currently competing with fellow NFL tight ends to win $50,000 for his charity.
Knox tweeted to Bills Mafia on Tuesday, asking for help!
Whoever has the most money raised by the start of next week, gets an additional $50,000 for their charity.
Let's help out Dawson and get him up the board to number one.