Updated: July 31, 2021 06:55 PM
Created: July 31, 2021 05:28 PM
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — Zack Moss had a goal entering training camp: To be back for the first day of practice.
We're now four practices in and the Bills running back is feeling good.
He spent the entire offseason rehabbing an ankle injury that ended his rookie season.
He focused on doing a lot of cutting in training to get his ankle ready for those reps in practice.
Sometimes there's a mental hurdle to overcome following injuries, but Moss isn't in that headspace.
“Just the way it was responding then, I already knew going out here doing the football aspect of it I’d be fine,” Moss said. “I think the next thing, the next hurdle pretty much, is to get over how I respond [to] getting tackled, getting contact and things like that.”
Saturday was the first open practice for Bills fans. There were 15,000 people inside Highmark Stadium, making it the biggest crowd in attendance since 2019.
The Bills have Sunday off.
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