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Jerry Hughes believes Bills players need to be grown men and talk to their teammates, and not the media, when problems arise.

Jerry Hughes believes Bills players need to talk to one another and not the media

Jerry Hughes believes that the Buffalo Bills need act like grown men and come together as a team in 2016.

The Bills defensive end, and new father, was interviewed by John Murphy on the Bills web show Unfiltered. During the interview, Murphy asked Hughes about media reports at the end of the season that said there was a division in the locker room. Hughes talked about how players should keep issues in-house and not take their problems to the media.

“We’re all grown men," Hughes said. "If you have a problem with someone or you have a problem with your teammate, you don’t take that to the media. You don’t take that to a cameraman. You come to that grown man and you tell that to them. That’s what a team is supposed to do. If we want to be a team and come together as a team so we can start winning as a team, those are things that we’re going to have to do better. Understand that if you have a problem with your brother, your fellow teammate, talk to him.”

Hughes makes many valid points in his comment. It’s tough to become a team and win as a team when you have players who aren’t taking their problems to their fellow teammates. 


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