John Clayton - Mailbag - ESPN
"Campbell has two main hopes -- Oakland or Buffalo -- although he'd prefer if something could be done to get him to Carolina. The Bills, meanwhile, could factor Campbell's availability into what they do at quarterback. The cost of Campbell won't be more than a lower-round pick, a bargain for a starting quarterback. That could give the Bills the luxury of taking a Colt McCoy or a Tim Tebow and still getting Campbell as a starting quarterback to buy time for their future QB's development."
Time for the Bills to deal Marshawn Lynch | National Football Post
"According to a team source who spoke to the National Football Post yesterday, Bills ownership has grown tired of Lynch’s act — and he doesn’t look to be a fit for new head coach Chan Gailey. Although that isn't an automatic ticket out of town, the solution is simple: Trade Lynch while he’s still considered to have value throughout the league."
Five Free Agents Buffalo Should Target Post-Draft : Buffalo Sports Daily
Patrick Moran takes a break from the draft to discuss players who are currently unsigned that could provide a benefit to the Bills after the draft. RB Justin Fargas, DT Gerard Warren, WR Javon Walker, OG Chester Pitts, and 3-4 OLB Derrick Burgess.
Final board tweaks begin – Inside The Bills
"Buffalo’s GM Buddy Nix and Vice President of College Scouting Tom Modrak opened the final draft board meetings Monday. Head coach Chan Gailey, his staff and the Bills scouting department will be hard at work with Nix and Modrak the next week and a half tidying up their draft board."
Draft Profile: QB Skelton believes he has what it takes - BuffaloBills.com
"Fordham quarterback John Skelton has all the physical tools NFL talent evaluators seek, and appears to have the leadership intangibles as well. The pressing question scouts do not have a clear answer on is whether Skelton can make the jump from the Patriot League to the National Football League."
Bills Focus: Quarterback Draft Preview (3:31) - BuffaloBills.com
The team site analyzes the top five QBs of the draft; Sam Bradford, Jimmy Clausen, Tim Tebow, Colt McCoy, and Tony Pike.
Kiper on QB Skelton – Inside The Bills
"He’s a developmental quarterback and he’s another coaching issue with mechanics and developing from Fordham to the competition level of the NFL, but with his size and his arm there’s no question he could go anywhere from the third to the fifth round. I’ve got him in the fourth round going to Jacksonville."
Price is right for picks at wide receiver : Buffalo Bills : The Buffalo News
"It's a good year for receivers in the NFL Draft because there are a lot more second- and third-round prospects than first-round prospects." Mark Gaughan looks at the top WR and TE prospects while also delving a little deeper into second- and third-round prospects.
The Who's Who - Tight Ends - WGR 550 SportsRadio
Joe Buscaglia continues his positional profiles with the tight ends.
Forcing myself to do a mock draft - Mocking The Draft
Mocking Dan does his first draft in a long time, mocking Jimmy Clausen to the Bills.
2010 Trade Value Chart - Mocking The Draft
A numerical representation of the draft pick values.
2010 Stampede Blue Community Mock Draft - Stampede Blue
With the 41st Pick in the 2010 Stampede Blue Community Mock Draft, the Buffalo Bills select Eric Norwood, OLB, South Carolina. Sound familiar? The first round had the Bills selecting OT Bryan Bulaga.
Bills adding big backs – Inside The Bills
"Mendenhall (223 pounds) and Ferguson (234 pounds) both carry some weight behind their pads."
BillBoard: Bills add 4th RB
"Ferguson went undrafted out of New Mexico last April and signed as a rookie free agent with Tennessee. He spent a portion of the 2009 season on the Titans' practice squad. Two other backs who ended last season with the team - Justise Hairston and Bruce Hall - no longer are on the roster."
Bills sign Rodney Ferguson | National Football Post
"Ferguson rushed for 3,564 yards on 778 carries with 34 touchdowns at New Mexico and was twice named first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection."
MMQB - Peter King - SI.com
"You think it's tough to pick a quarterback out of college football who will succeed in the NFL? I say it's harder to pick a pass-rusher." The rookie pass-rushers from last season, including Aaron Maybin, didn't do so hot.
Joe from NYC Blog: Random Bills Thoughts
The blogger opines on what the Bills will do with their top pick, Tebow, Jim Kelly vs. PFT, getting texts about insignificant signings, and bringing back Josh Reed.