Bills cancel OTA for Airsoft outing

TONAWANDA, N.Y. -- Shortly after Buffalo Bills players arrived at the facility this morning for what they believed was their third organized team activity of the week, they were back on the road.

Buses brought the players to an Airsoft gun and paintball range outside Buffalo for two hours of what was termed a team-building activity.

Unlike the first two weeks of OTAs, when the NFL limits teams to three practices each week, the Bills were allowed to practice four times this week. Coach Doug Marrone told ESPN that he didn't want four consecutive practices this week, so he brought his players out for some fun.

The Bills will return to the practice field Thursday for their ninth and final OTA. They will hold a three-day mandatory minicamp next week before a month-long break leading into training camp.