The National Football Post is reporting that the Buffalo Bills are one of several NFL teams showing interest in Minnesota senior quarterback Adam Weber. The Vikings, Jets, Falcons, Chiefs and Panthers are also named in the report as teams intrigued by Weber.
Considered a potential late-round prospect thanks to his experience (four years as a starter) and production (10,917 yards, 72 TD, 51 INT, 57% completions in his career), Weber drew rave reviews at his pro day, where he wowed with a 4.71-second 40-yard dash and a 39-inch vertical jump. (He also reportedly threw the ball well.)
Arm strength, accuracy and a propensity to make bad decisions are holding back Weber's draft stock. The 6'3", 221-pound signal caller would be a nice fallback option for teams that miss out - by choice or by circumstance - on higher-graded quarterback prospects this year, but his ceiling is likely only that of a backup-level player.