The Buffalo Bills draft selections over the past four years have largely been home runs. From aggressive draft day moves to finding starting talent on Day 3 of the draft, Buffalo’s front office has been quite proficient at their picks since Sean McDermott and subsequently, Brandon Beane took the reins of the personnel decisions.
Who have the Bills been meeting with immediately prior to the NFL Draft? With only a few more weeks to go until the 2021 NFL Draft gets in full swing, general manager Brandon Beane and the Bills’ brain trust have reportedly met with more than just a handful of prospects in recent weeks.
ESPN NFL Draft guru Todd McShay released… not a 2021 draft on Friday? That’s right, McShay took a different route in his draft coverage. Instead of doing your typical projections, the insider took a stab at what he believes are each NFL team’s “biggest needs” heading into the draft, which is now less than two weeks away.
The Cleveland Browns pulled off a big signing this week, you have to admit. While having their own No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett still in the fold, another pass rusher picked at the top of the draft was signed by the Browns in Jadeveon Clowney.
A talented corner who could slide The 2021 NFL Draft is fast approaching. Less than three weeks remain until all of the most hyped NFL prospects are finally placed with their new, respective NFL teams.
Some say NFL draft season is the most wonderful time of the year. While it may be the offseason there’s always a great deal to analyze and discuss, and that’s exactly what Jamie D’Amico and Big Chris Newton do in this week’s episode.
You can never count out the Bills from making trades at the NFL Draft when Buffalo’s general manager is Brandon Beane. At first, one could make the case that… Beane loves to move around the board, but he won’t be doing anything with that first-round pick.
Lower-round draft picks who can fill the same roles as some of the more highly touted prospects. The Buffalo Bills are currently one of the more complete teams in the NFL following their recent AFC East Division title and AFC Championship appearance.
The Bills had a bit of a surprise handed to them on Thursday. Offensive lineman Trey Adams has decided to retire from football. Adams is a 24-year-old tackle that signed in Buffalo following the 2020 NFL Draft when he went undrafted out of Washington.
Words were not minced in the NFL Wire’s latest mock for the 2021 NFL Draft. Are the Bills good? Yes. But what did they lack last year? Pass rush. Touchdown Wire‘s Doug Farrar laid that point out very clearly in this mock.
Calling Christian Barmore a late bloomer would be a disservice to the University of Alabama sophomore, who wasn't originally a major recruit out of Neumann-Goretti High in Philadelphia and was redshirted in his first season with the Crimson Tide.
Similar to Lance, Allen was seen as a raw prospect heading into the 2018 draft, and some wondered if he would ever be able to develop enough as a QB to last in the league. Allen managed to prove his own doubters wrong.