The Bills were thrilled to get stephon gilmore in this year's nfl draft.
But judging by the look on his face, it was hard to tell if gilmore was happy to get the Bills.
"I'll tell you that my opinion of him has changed from draft day, when I saw him get drafted and have no expression or emotion on his face,” explained quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. “Now I understand why. Now knowing him it wasn't that he was upset to be in Buffalo. He just has such a quiet confidence about him.
That quiet confidence was on display the second he stepped on the field at bills mini camp, and has helped him establish himself as the teams’ top cornerback at training camp.
“I think I still got a lot to learn,” said Gilmore. “And if I just come out here and work hard every day, I'll be alright."
Gilmore certainly has his work cut out for him.
He's been matched up against Stevie Johnson in practice every day.
"It's good for both of those guys to fight each other every day like that,” said head coach Chan Gailey. “It's good for Stevie and it's good for Stephon. If he can cover Stevie, then he'll be a good player for us."
"He's a hard person to guard,” said Gilmore of Stevie. “I just try to stay with him as much as I can. I made a couple plays, and I gave up some that I should have made, but as long as I keep learning I'll be alright."
There's that quiet confidence coming through from the Bills rookie once again.