Full remarks from the pre-draft luncheon with the media. There are also several videos at the Buffalo Bills official website of the draft luncheon, where scouts, Buddy Nix, Doug Whaley and Russ Brandon all answered questions.
Mark Gaughan's bullet points are a good start if you're trying to break down Buddy Nix's comments from the pre-draft luncheon.
After listening to Buddy Nix, Joe Buscaglia thinks the Bills will go quarterback at No. 8. Head inside to find out why.
Inside The Bills | Nix dismisses guard talk
Nix: "I know people have said we’re taking one of those top two guards. Our roster in house is better than I think we get credit for especially offensive line. We’re pretty deep there. We’ve got six guards and we think a couple of them can play."
Inside The Bills | Main purpose of pre-draft visits
"You’ll usually bring a guy in and go through all the mental stuff where you get him discussing scheme and see how much he can retain, how quick he can retain it and sometimes that makes a difference (in their draft grade)," said Nix.
Video: Gaughan, Graham and Skurski recap Bills' draft luncheon - Press Coverage | The Buffalo News
The three football reporters give their reactions following the Q&A.
AFC East mock draft board: Bills, Dolphins - AFC East Blog - ESPN
James Walker's big board for the Bills has a guard, two wide receivers, and quarterback. If the Bills list is like this, we are in trouble.
Some Pre-Draft Musings | Three Point Stance | Democrat and Chronicle
"Buddy saying he’s really excited about what WR Marcus Easley can do is tiring. We’ve been hearing this for three years, and he’s hardly been on the field. Injury and illness ruined his first two years. What about last year?"
11 invited for tryouts during voluntary minicamp - BuffaloBills.com
Here is the list of tryout players the Bills brought in to see if they want to sign them to their off-season roster. All of these players are currently not under contract with any team.
Aaron Williams takes shift to safety in stride - BuffaloBills.com
"I’m a corner playing safety. That’s the way I look at it," said Williams. "They want me to have an advantage of covering tight ends or covering guys in the slot. I could still play corner if they put me back there. It’s a corner playing a safety."
Bills Roundup: Minicamp Day 1, Williams to Safety - VIDEO - BuffaloBills.com
"Check out all of the news and notes from day one of the Bills veteran voluntary minicamp, including Aaron Williams moving to safety, and highlights from Tuesday's action."
Updating AFC East QB rankings - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Kevin Kolb comes in third, which is hard to argue against. Tarvaris Jackson doesn't make the top five, but two Dolphins quarterbacks make the cut.