PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Buffalo Bills training camp:
We've reached the end of training camp. The Bills held their final practice at St. John Fisher College on Thursday morning, moved up from the afternoon because of rain the forecast. It was closed to the public.
The practice was stopped early on after a few small scuffles broke out. Coach Doug Marrone had his players line up on the sideline, lit them up with some choice language, and then had players run sprints. Marrone and defensive end Jerry Hughes exchanged words at one point during the discipline session, with Marrone suggesting that Hughes and other players should head for the locker room if they wanted to fight.
Wide receiver Sammy Watkins upped his participation -- slightly. He took part in routes-versus-air and then headed for a side field to continue an individual workout. He did not participate in team drills and has not been cleared to play in Saturday's preseason game. At this point, his chances of suiting up before the regular season opener look slim.
Defensive tackle Kyle Williams (leg) sat out, although he was on the sidelines and spoke to Hughes at one point. Tight end Tony Moeaki (hamstring) continues to be sidelined and his time to make the roster may be running out.
The Bills will have a walk-through Friday -- closed to reporters -- before heading back to Ralph Wilson Stadium for Saturday's game, their first home contest of the preseason.