The Buffalo Bills wrapped up day two at training camp on Thursday at One Bills Drive. This time around, the morning practice was held in the ADPRO Sports Training House (the field house) due to inclement weather, but that didn't stop the Bills from having, by all accounts, another successful day at camp.

Bills rookie defensive end Boogie Basham Jr. had a pick-six for a touchdown, which the veterans took notice of.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen was very impressive, according to first-year Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, who spoke to the media after practice.

According to Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN, Sanders said the throw that Allen made to Cole Beasley that split the safeties made his jaw drop...and he's been in the league for 12 years.

Sanders has been through it all in the NFL. He's won a Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos and has caught over 660 passes in his career. For Allen to blow him away on the second day of training camp, says a lot about just how talented Josh is.

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If you're wondering when the Bills will have their first open practice, that comes this Saturday at Highmark Stadium at 10 am. You do need a ticket to attend, however.

We're still just over two weeks away from the Bills' first preseason game, which will take place at the Detroit Lions on August 13th at 7 pm.

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