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Why should you watch today's Senior Bowl if you're a Bills fan? Because the Bills routinely find multiple draft picks from this game; they've got 12 in all from the last three years.
The 2013 NFL Draft season really starts to pick up steam during Senior Bowl week, which is set to culminate this afternoon when the game itself kicks off in around 15 minutes. (Things will really begin to pick up in late February, when the Combine takes place in Indianapolis, and then again in March when free agent signings and prospect workouts begin to clear the picture up a bit.)
Today's Senior Bowl will be televised on NFL Network, meaning that just about anyone with cable service can tune in for the first time ever. As such, this thread will be designated for use by anyone here that's watching with a keen eye on which players might be the next members of the Buffalo Bills.
The odds are good that more than one player on the field today will end up with the Bills. Buffalo currently employs 12 players that participated in any of the last three Senior Bowl games, giving a strong indication that GM Buddy Nix and his scouting staff likes a lot of the prospects on display. Alex Carrington, Dorin Dickerson, Donald Jones and Sam Young were 2010 participants; Da'Norris Searcy, Kelvin Sheppard, Lee Smith and Chris White were 2011 participants when Buffalo's old coaching staff was involved in the game; and Nigel Bradham, Cordy Glenn, T.J. Graham and Zebrie Sanders all played last year.
Which prospects are you most looking forward to tracking today?