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Bills RBs coach Anthony Lynn concerned about Bryce Brown's absence from voluntary workouts

It didn't take Anthony Lynn long Tuesday to expound on what he knows about Buffalo Bills running back Bryce Brown.

Mainly because the team's running backs coach has barely gotten acquainted with him.

"I don't know much about him at all," Lynn said of Brown. "I've only met him once."

At least Lynn knows Brown's name. That's more than coach Rex Ryan pledged to know in March, saying he wouldn't learn it until Brown fixed his issues with fumbling.

"Rex has a way of motivating guys and getting his point across," Lynn said. "I think Bryce got the point. I met him once and we talked about it a little bit. I can't wait to get him in here to work on some of those things. He's got to get in the building first."

Lynn said Brown is taking care of a personal situation, but that the time he's missing will be difficult to make up.

"Bryce is doing what he has to do right now, taking care of his family in the offseason, but yes, it will set him back," he said. "I mean, he's five, six weeks behind everyone else. Once he gets here, it's going to be hard to slow down and catch him up. That's one of my biggest concerns, but, you know, he's got the playbook. Hopefully he's taking care of his business and hopefully he'll come in in great shape and we'll see what happens."

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