The Buffalo Bills quarterback participated in the American Century Championship Celebrity Golf Tournament alongside Aaron Rodgers and other athletes and stars.
After finishing golf, Josh Allen is ready for football.
The Buffalo Bills quarterback, who played alongside a host of celebrities including Aaron Rodgers and Miles Teller on day one of the American Century Golf Tournament in Lake Tahoe, said his offseason preparations were “very good. We are moving forward,” he told PEOPLE.
“OTA” [the NFL’s early season practices] It was great to get a chance to throw some guys,” Allen, 27, said Wednesday. But he added: “We have a long road ahead of us. The season is long, so please cherish each and every day.”
The Bills had a great 13-3 record last year, but after a disappointing loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round playoffs, they have a lot of work left to do this season.
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For Allen, playing golf near his small hometown of Firebow, Calif. this weekend will certainly bring back childhood memories and good times with the participating families.
“Actually, my dad is going to ride the bag for me,” Allen says. “It’s just fun because he carries it for me on Fridays and Sundays. I get to do some great things with my dad, and this is one of the more special things.” I don’t take it for granted.”
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The 6-foot-5 athlete pampered autograph-seekers on Wednesday and also took time to mix his own Bloody Mary without the help of a bartender, according to the report. sports illustrated.
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It was the second time in recent months that the footballer had ventured into another sport just for fun.
In May, the former high school baseball player attended batting practice with the Toronto Blue Jays and hit four home runs to the appreciation of onlookers.
“It was fun to be back on the field,” Allen reportedly said after the goal. Toronto Sun. “I told my coaches that I miss swinging balls, spitting seeds, and just talking to players. That was one of my best memories of high school.”
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