Kevin Kolb got the majority of the snaps at quarterback during the team's first training camp practice in pads today.
By unofficial count, Kolb took 38 snaps, EJ Manuel 22 and Jeff Tuel eight during the 11-on-11 session. (We may have missed a play or two while writing to keep up with the Bills' no-huddle offense.)
Manuel arguably threw the ball better than Kolb, although the veteran probably saw more blitzes than the rookie. Kolb underthrew an open Stevie Johnson on a deep ball, got a pass intercepted by Stephon Gilmore on a throw-away down the sideline and had near pickoffs by Gilmore and T.J. Heath. He also beat the blitz with a good quick throw to C.J. Spiller.