On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran is joined by PK from the Buffalo Sports Collective to discuss upcoming Bills camp storylines, Sabres trade candidates and the Bandits continuing to fly under the general public radar despite being perennial champions.

Things are pretty slow with the Bills and the rest of the NFL this year time of year but make no mistake about it—things will starting heating up real soon. Mandatory mini camp is now just around the corner and the guys go over some of the storylines that they’ll start to get more locked on as minicamp starts next week and of course, training camp near the end of July. Among them is a potential starting strong safety battle between Taylor Rapp and rookie Cole Bishop, if Mike Edwards looks secure enough starting at free safety to keep Sean McDermott from dialing up free agent Micah Hyde and if rookie center Sedrick Van Pran Granger looks strong enough at camp to earn his way on the field into a starting competition.

It’s been a minute since any Sabres talk on Talking Buffalo and today the guys are going over a handful of potential trade candidates as the offseason gets cooking in just a few weeks. Is Jeff Skinner even tradeable? Does a NHL blue liner get moved in an effort to acquire another center?

That plus Patrick has a conversation with PK about the Bandits winning a second consecutive championship. Buffalo Sports Collective has the best, most in-depth coverage of the Bandits year-round and PK’s a huge part of it. Patrick gets his insight on not just the team winning another title but a firsthand account of what the experience was like being in the crowd for the game and examining if he thinks the team is growing on the region’s casual sports fan. That and plenty more.

You can follow PK on Twitter @PK_BSC and check out the Buffalo Sports Collective podcast.


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