The Bills’ season ended with a loss to the Bengals on Sunday, forcing players to come to the facility to clean out their lockers on Monday.
Guard Rodger Saffold He took some time off from that job to talk to reporters about his unhappy end to the season. There was a lot of talk Sunday about the Bills not being able to match the energy the Bengals brought to the field and Saffold’s comments were felt that way internally.
“Guys were tired this week and our coaches did what they could to turn the week around . . . but unusual things were happening . . . I have to put it into practice, not as an excuse, this team has been fighting for so long and fighting through all this adversity. You’re almost out of gas At one point,” Saffold said, via NFL Media’s Bridget Condon.
The Saffold players were “absent Can take a breathIn order to represent h” security from the tamer situation Tamar Hamlin Suffering a heart attack during a Week 17 game at Cincinnati has taken an emotional toll on the Bills over the past few weeks. They will now get a chance to catch their breath, but they will also get a chance to show that they have stepped back on the field.
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