ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- One AFC East team hasn't completed its offseason yet.
The Buffalo Bills opened their mandatory minicamp Wednesday morning and will be on the field for the next three days. I will be reporting from their facility until they join the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets and New England Patriots for a few weeks of vacation before training camps open in late July.
The Bills have several looming issues, more than most teams. But that's to be expected for a franchise that has a new head coach, a new general manager and hasn't been to the playoffs in a decade.
Bills coach Chan Gailey has stated he won't announce his quarterback depth chart until training camp, and even then it's in pencil. The offensive line is a serious concern. The defense is switching to a 3-4 scheme. There's curiosity over what the front office will do with frustrated running back Marshawn Lynch, although I predict he'll be in a Bills uniform on opening day.
We'll address these issues and more over the next few days. So check back on the AFC East blog for a little extra Bills coverage.