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2016 NFL Draft: Dak Prescott's DUI, four-round mock draft

This week, some notes on players in the trenches and news about a potential Bills target's arrest.

It's Monday, and that means we have a roundup of 2016 NFL Draft notes, mock drafts, and general football links for you. Each week, we'll summarize some of the things worth knowing as draft news continues to stream in.

Last week at Buffalo Rumblings

Here's the last Mock Draft Monday, for those of you who missed it.

In his latest mock draft, Mel Kiper had the Bills selecting Robert Nkemdiche.

The Bills were awarded two compensatory picks (fourth and sixth round) giving them eight total in April.

We asked the community if they would draft Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch with Buffalo's first round pick.

Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland will be making a pre-draft visit to the Buffalo Bills.

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott is also scheduled to visit One Bills Drive.

Mock of the week's Chad Reuter published a four round mock draft this week. He has the Bills getting Clemson pass rusher Kevin Dodd, Alabama defensive tackle A'Shawn Robinson, Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook, Colorado State receiver Rashard Higgins, and Mississippi State linebacker Beniquez Brown.

Around the web

Shortly after news broke that Prescott would be visiting the Bills, he did the number one thing an NFL prospect Must Not Do: Got himself arrested with a DUI.

Justis Mosqueda unveiled his list of Force Players this week. Force Players is a mathematical formula used to identify the pass rushers with the best chance of NFL success. This year's crop is underwhelming by that standard, as only Shaq Lawson and Jonathan Bullard stand out. Charles Tapper, Robert Nkemdiche, and Jordan Jenkins still have a chance to fit the formula.

Mosqueda also started breaking down his top 50 players in the trench in this draft, tackling numbers 50-31.

From Jeff Risdon, comparing Ezekiel Elliott to the greatest of snack foods, the Twinkie.

Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist wrote for Bleacher Report about the impact that Peyton Manning had on his career and the decisions the franchise made.