We've all been through it a time or two in our lives. When a new boss gets brought in, there is a feeling-out period where you try to find ways to help acclimate yourself with your direct superior.
It's the same case for players when a new head coach comes in. Fortunately for Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny, he was able to get off on the right foot with head coach Mike Mularkey because of their time spent in a certain place.
You guessed it: Buffalo.
"You know, when we first met that was obviously some common ground," Posluszny said. "I told him I lived in Hamburg, and he knew the neighborhood that I lived in. All the great restaurants. It was nice to be able to share some common ground there."
Posluszny spent four seasons in Buffalo before bolting to Jacksonville via free agency, while Mularkey was the head coach of the Bills from 2004 to 2005.
Sunday marks the first time each will be back at Ralph Wilson Stadium for a regular season game in which they resume the roles the once had as a member of the Bills organization.