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Training camp day 3: Tremaine Edmunds ready to tackle splash plays

Head coach Sean McDermott says Edmunds is off to a good camp start and impressed with his leadership.
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Buffalo Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds walks off the field after an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Orchard Park, N.Y., Sunday, Jan. 2, 2022. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is entering into the final year of his contract and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said that he needs to get those splash plays this upcoming season. For Edmunds, he feels very comfortable that those plays are going to come in due and it's something that head coach Sean McDermott has noticed as well.

"Tremaine has done a phenomenal job," McDermott said. "He's done everything we've ever asked since day one. He's a confident pro, I think he's off to a great start."

"I got the same mind set every year to just to be the best player I can be," Edmunds said. "I put in good work this offseason trusting what I've done, trusting the work that's been put in and just relying on my brothers out here. Everyday I come out here and I don't even think about that contract stuff because I'm having fun. We all go out there with these expectations to make those "splash" plays that's something I think of something everybody thinks of. I just have to keep trusting my process and the work I put in and it's going to come for sure."

Edmunds also expressed he wants to be a leader that these guys can count on. You were able to see that in Tuesday's practice as he felt more comfortable taking control of the defense as a whole. If he saw the offense going in a certain flow he was able to direct certain guys on the defense where to go and exactly where to be.

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