Buffalo Bills news, 5/5: hope you like NFL Draft scenarios

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The Buffalo Bills could move up or down and select any number of prospects. With that, the speculation from everywhere is all over the board.

Joe DeLamielleure, Marv Levy, Andre Reed hope Buffalo Bills stay in Buffalo area - ESPN

"Just like Cleveland, I always felt like if Buffalo loses a team, there would be another team back in a couple years," DeLamielleure said. "These are football people [in] Cleveland, Buffalo, Green Bay."

Mock Draft Watch 11.0 - BuffaloBills.com

Eric Ebron and tackle Taylor Lewan and Jake Matthews populate virtually all the mocks, as they have for a while now, but Mike Tanier of Sports on Earth has Buffalo taking cornerback Darqueze Dennard because, "they have all sorts of gadgets and appliances they are not sure how to use." Nice analysis, bro.

Bills clicks

Future Of The Bills In Buffalo - ESPN Video - ESPN
"ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak discusses Joe DeLamielleure's speculation on whether the Bills will remain in Buffalo."

Thurman Thomas' Prediction For Bills' Future - ESPN Video - ESPN
"ESPN Video: Pro Football Hall Of Famer and former Buffalo Bill Thurman Thomas talks about the future of the Bills franchise in Buffalo and how Jim Kelly is doing in his fight against cancer."

Thurman Thomas is ready to get back to his good friend Jim Kelly | cleveland.com
"You can see the excitement," Thomas said. You can see that he's a lot happier being at home. I think anybody is going through the situation that he's going through right now, you'd definitely be happier if you were back into your environment."

Draft blog roll

The Who and How of Trading Up for the Buffalo Bills | Bills Mafia -- #BillsMafia
"So, what would it cost to get into the top five? I’ll project the top five as if the Bills owned each of the picks, guess who they would most likely be targeting at that position and what it would cost to get there."

Gone Deep | Bills Mafia -- #BillsMafia
Some people are hoping for a Sammy Watkins fall, but you can't plan on it.

Beyond the stats: Tight End Prospect Comparables | Buffalo Wins
Michael Purinton does his normal great job breaking down players and applies it to the tight end prospects in this year's draft., comparing them to their NFL counterparts using measureables.

Trading for the #1 pick reeks more of a desperation move than a smart football move | Buffalo Wins
"In the end, I just don’t think an elite defensive end is going to alter the franchise to the point that you mortgage the future when the present is still very uncertain."

My 5 biggest weaknesses for the Bills | Buffalo Wins
Joe lays out his top five needs for the Bills, calling safety the biggest that no one is talking about.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Ryan Talbot's Buffalo Bills Projections | Buffalo Bills Draft
Talbot expects the Bills to trade down to No. 16 and select LB, OT, and TE in the first two rounds. The rest of his mock makes a lot of sense as the team adds depth at DE, RB, CB, and OG.

Despite Heavy Trade-Up Rumors, Bills Could Still Move Back in Draft | Forged in Buffalo
The most interesting scenario to discuss in this list of trade possibilities is San Francisco. Would you trade number 9 for four picks in the first three rounds? Six shots in the first 100 picks would be very interesting.

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