Buffalo Bills Rookies Sing The Backstreet Boys in Viral Video
The Buffalo Bills are two weeks into training camp and things have been going mostly smoothly, although the Bills have been bit by the injury bug.
Starting safety Jordan Poyer will be out the next few weeks with a hyperextended elbow, but the expectation is that he will be back in time for week 1 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Wide receiver/kick returner Marquez Stevenson suffered a foot injury in the same practice on Tuesday which saw Poyer go down. Head coach Sean McDermott said on Thursday that Stevenson will be out "weeks," which means we might not see him at all in the preseason.
There have been cool moments at camp so far, and another happened yesterday.
Most NFL teams have a rookie talent show during training camp. The show is meant to entertain the veterans on the team and maybe embarrass the rookies, assuming they don't care for performing in front of an audience like that. It's usually in good fun.
The Bills held theirs on Thursday and the rookie offensive lineman decided to sing as a quartet to the hit song by the Backstreet Boys, "I Want It That Way."
The video is courtesy of Stefon Diggs and it's amazing.
I love how into it they got. Alec Anderson (rookie guard out of UCLA) was the most passionate about it. Luke Tenuta (rookie tackle out of Virginia Tech) was also all-in on the idea.
I love all the players laughing it up during the show. This is what rookie talent shows are all about.