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Hottest Day of Camp Sees Parrish Treated for Dehydration

A hot day at Camp  

A hot and humid day of practice for the Bills on Wednesday say WR Roscoe Parrish treated after experiencing symptoms of dehydration. Temps were in the 90-degree range for the practice. Coach Dick Jauron said Parrish was expected to be OK after he was sent as a precaution to a cooling tent located just off the team’s practice field. “I wouldn’t say he did overheat, but we didn’t want him to, and it was clearly gaining on him,” Jauron said. The Bills did take the extra precautions on Parrish since he is just 5-foot-9 at 172-pounds. A couple of Bills were kept out of practice, defensive end DE Anthony Hargrove, linebacker John DiDiorgio, cornerback Jason Webster (hamstring) and reserve running back Josh Scobey (calf).


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