The 2011 NFL Combine wraps up today with defensive back workouts. The Buffalo Bills, along with the rest of the NFL, are busy conducting interviews with as many prospects as they can - and we continue to get confirmations of those meetings. Jonas Mouton, an outside linebacker from Michigan, is the latest to confirm that he's met with the Bills (via Aaron Wilson).
Mouton, a 6'1", 239-pound weak-side linebacker that struggled in his Combine workouts (he ran an unofficial 4.9-second 40-yard dash) and is a best-fit in a 4-3, finished his Michigan career with 263 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, three sacks and four interceptions. A late-round or priority free agent prospect, Mouton is likely viewed as a specialist at the next level. He also met with the Chiefs, Chargers, Eagles and Saints.
Buffalo has previously been confirmed (by the players themselves) to have met with Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Miami cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke, as well. Again: the Bills have met with far more players than just these three. These are just the ones we know about.