The Buffalo Bills seem hell-bent on working out every 2013 NFL Draft quarterback prospect possible, and their efforts will continue next Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Bills will send their four most prominent football men - team president Russ Brandon, general manager Buddy Nix, assistant general manager Doug Whaley and head coach Doug Marrone - to Tennessee, where they'll work out 6'6", 232-pound Tyler Bray, considered arguably the most gifted prospect in this year's draft class.
A pure pocket passer, Bray has perhaps the best arm talent of any quarterback available this year, and used it to accumulate 7,444 passing yards, 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions in three seasons at Tennessee. Questions about his maturity off the field, his intangibles and his in-game consistency have kept Bray from first-round consideration, and may knock him out of the second round, as well.
Still, there's no denying that Bray has a good deal of skill to work with. Buffalo will get their chance to see that skill in a private setting in a little over a week.