One day of Bills minicamp down and though we've been hearing about Mark Anderson's dominant play in 11-on-11 drills (he caused numerous incompletions stampeding into the backfield), as well as Steve Johnson's return (he ran routes on about 10 plays, more or less feeling things out again), there was a much better story.
T.J. Graham looks good -- really good.
At NC State, wide receiver Graham transitioned from a track star to a solid speed threat on the football field, leading the team with 46 catches and 757 yards in 2011, scoring seven TDs.
That All-American track speed made him virtually uncatchable on the field in space and gave him the goods to rack up big yards in the kicking game as well. For his career, Graham has 137 kick returns for 3,153 yards (the all-time ACC leader) and averaged 22.4/return in 2011, but it was his receiving skills that seem to be impressing the most to start minicamp.
During Buffalo OTAs last month, he was already creating a little bu...