The Buffalo Bills are holding a primetime practice at St. John Fisher Monday night.
But the talk centers around what happened this weekend, off the field.
Anthony Hargrove pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in city court Monday morning.
The backup defensive end was arrested early Sunday following an altercation on St. Paul Street.
Police say Hargrove got into a fight with a bouncer at the Venu nightclub. He then allegedly shoved a police officer at the scene, breaking the officer's glasses.
Hargrove and his brother were both charged and are both free on bail.
Bills head coach Dick Jauron spoke what he could about the situation.
"At this time we're gathering all of the available information so that we can make the most appropriate decision that the facts require. Obviously we don't have all that information at this point, so we really don't have a lot to say. The League is very aware, the League office is aware of the siutation. We've notified them, so we'll see where it goes."
The Bills do expect Hargrove to attend practice.