Preston Brown watched this offseason as, one by one, the Buffalo Bills said goodbye to his veteran teammates.
Stephon Gilmore? Off to New England. Aaron Williams and Corey Graham? Cut. Robert Woods? Back home to L.A. Sammy Watkins and Ronald Darby? Sent on their way in trades.
"I mean we traded away some good players, some good players signed other places, but I think it made us more of a team,” Brown said Thursday morning during an appearance on NFL Network's "Good Morning Football." "We know we can’t depend on Sammy Watkins to catch a 70-yard bomb. We gotta drive the ball down the field, play keep away, work field position, get great punts from Colton Schmidt and we’ve been working well.
"I I mean, we've been working together as three phases. It’s been going well as a team defense, a team offense. We’ve been going great, so it’s just trying to keep that team mindset, not individuals.”
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) October 5, 2017