By Nick Wojton
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen needed help. Buffalo general manger Brandon Beane has done his damnedest to get him some.
With the 2019 NFL Draft still on the horizon, the Bills added several pieces on offense via the free agency period. Playmakers like Cole Beasley and John Brown and lineman like Mitch Morse all joined the Bills.
With voluntary offseason workouts going on this week in Orchard Park, plenty of those new guys are starting to mesh with the returning guys, such as Allen. The 22-year-old QB is handling that situation like a seasoned vet.
Allen’s certainly excited about the additions, but said on Monday that he knows the process of bringing the group together starts now. It’s not yet close to a finished product.
“It means we’ve got a lot of work to do. A lot of different new minds trying to work with each other now, trying to build that camaraderie, especially using this time to develop that team chemistry,” Allen said. “There’s a lot of new guys trying to come into a new system. It’s not going to be perfect right away, and we don’t expect it to be perfect, but starting that communication now so we can get on the same page with...