Buffalo Bills players are back at One Bills Drive this week for OTA's. This week's OTA's will go through Thursday, while next week will feature the third week of OTA's.

June 14-16 is the only mandatory minicamp of the off-season for the Bills. After that, players will have time to rest before training camp starts in late July.

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OTA's are voluntary, although most players attend. One Bills player won't be there tomorrow, but he has a pretty good excuse to not be there.

Josh Allen will be on national TV tomorrow evening. In case you didn't know, Josh will be partnering with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes to go up against Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady in "The Match."

"The Match" is a 12-hole golf tournament in Las Vegas that will air live on TNT. It will be on Wednesday, June 1st at 6:30 pm EST.

Buffalo Bills fans will for sure be going out to bars and restaurants tomorrow evening to watch him golf with three other great quarterbacks in the NFL.

Allen and Brady have even partaken in some trash-talking last week, leading up to "The Match."

Allen said that he would be the best trash-talker on the golf course last week, while Brady responded with the fact golf trash-talk is far different than football trash-talk. Brady said that Josh hasn't backed up much on the football field, at least against him.

Brady is being tongue-and-cheek there, in case you're wondering.

I love the fact the quarterbacks are all trash-talking one another. Hopefully they're mic'd up for "The Match."

They have to be, right?

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