Bills' Roman names his training camp MVP

Posted at 4:43 PM, Aug 09, 2016

When Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman took to the podium to address the media Tuesday, he was joined by a dedicated training camp worker.

"Do you want to say anything, Kyle?" Roman asked. "I want to say good luck for this year and hopefully we win," Kyle answered.

Roman was talking about Kyle McGonigal, who is working his sixth Buffalo Bills training camp at St. John Fisher College.

"I come off the field every day and this guys working real hard," Roman proclaimed. "Right now he's my MVP here at training camp--so thanks Kyle."

McGonigal says he keeps coming back because the players make him feel like he's just one of the guys.

"Everyday at the college here I clean the locker room, and I get to hang out with them and chat with them," McGonigal smiled and said. "Hanging out with my favorite team, the Bills, it's been fun with these guys."