After a solid victory in which the Bills hung a preseason record 44 points on the Colts, the Bills back on the practice field in Pittsford Monday.
The trip to Indianapolis a homecoming of sorts for Jerry Hughes. The linebacker was a former first round pick in Indy back in 2010. He spent three seasons there before joining the Bills in a trade for Kelvin Sheppard this offseason. Now he's transitioning to a role in Mike Pettine's defensive scheme.
"It's been fun, just kind of coming out to the team," Hughes said. "The team has really embraced me with open arms and everybody's been real cool. We've all been able to get together and really just drawn us closer as a team."