September 21, 2017 07:59 PM
They very well could be the group that has saved the Bills so far...
None of the players who start at cornerback or safety for the Bills were on the team last year, but they're the most consistent unit on the roster right now. And a large part of their chemistry is due to what they do off the field.
Recently, the secondary has been gathering for meals that are cooked by cornerback Leonard Johnson.
New to the Bills this season, Johnson has actually been cooking since he was 7-years-old and travels the world learning about new recipes and culinary techniques.
He's cooking for the DBs this Friday and showed the menu for his dinner to News10NBC's Rich Donnelly (we've attached it to this article).
"He's cooking at some restaurant that he cooks at and he's cooking for the whole defensive backs and their whole significant others and coach Byrd is going to bring his wife so it'll be a good time Friday," said Tre'Davious White, cornerback.
"Every offseason I travel all over the world and I cook all over the world, different restaurants and when I'm done playing that's the platform that I want to take," Johnson says. "I want to invite former players, current players on to the show, cook stuff, talk about stuff they're doing in the community, stuff they're doing in football and enlighten the fans more on them."
Updated: September 21, 2017 07:59 PM
Created: September 21, 2017 07:57 PM
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