Bills practices shifting focus as regular season nears

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Buffalo Bills returned from Chicago and held a walk-thru on Sunday.

They had the day off Monday and will hold more practices over the next three days before their third and final preseason game.

The Bills will host the Green Bay Packers at home on Saturday.

This means roster cuts are on the horizon. Tuesday of next week and week 1 of the regular season will be here before we know it.

Head Coach Sean McDermott said that practices are beginning to shift focus, as the season approaches.

They’re starting to implement an in-season routine, to get everyone adjusted.

"We’ll try and acclimate the guys a little bit to a normal, in-season schedule,” McDermott said. “It’ll be good to get into a little bit of a routine that way, especially some of our new players who have never been around us during a regular-season flow before, so we’ll just take it one day a time here and see what the team needs."

Saturday’s preseason game is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.