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Bills Practice Notes - Day 13

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Friday was the last full practice for the Bills before their preseason debut Sunday night in Canton, and the players are anxious to face an opponent. The dog days of training camp have arrived so the players are just happy to be getting off campus.

“Camp is camp and you always kind of look forward to kicking the season off and knock the rust off, get the dust off a little bit as far as getting snaps and reps a little bit so depending on how many reps the coach wants the starters to go, then we’ll go accordingly,” said Terrell Owens.

Head coach Dick Jauron still hasn’t definitively determined just how much time the starters will receive, though he estimates a few series.

“We’ll just have to see what happens,” Jauron said. “You just don’t know what’s going to happen. If you said two series, you have no idea, you know. And if you said snaps, it’s really hard to determine too because the game could start getting away from you and you want to look at everybody. For the most part, we kind of know those guys. And if the game starts getting away, we want to see a lot of a lot of other people.”

Terrence McGee had a heck of a day in practice Friday as he’s really rounded into form this week. First, during 7-on-7 he picked off a Gibran Hamdan pass that was intended for Shaine Smith over the middle, which under live conditions may have gone for a touchdown.

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