Buffalo Bills fans are well aware the the team has plenty of capital in the 2018 NFL Draft. Thanks to a number of trades by the team, the Bills will have a total of eight selections in the first five rounds of the draft. The off-season comes with plenty of mock drafts, and a number will be included as part of the Bills Links each week.
Today’s edition of the Bills Links takes a closer look at these mock drafts, some priority free agents for the Bills, and some potential offensive coordinators the team may want to consider.
2018 NFL Mock Draft: Can the Buffalo Bills trade up for a franchise quarterback? | NewYorkUpstate.com
The Bills swing a big trade in this version of our mock draft.
Mock Draft Roundup: Who are the Bills projected to select in Round 1? - The Buffalo News
A roundup of several mock drafts from across the country.
The 3-2-1 - QB Draft Edition | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Jeremy White takes a closer look at scouting the quarterbacks.
2018 NFL Draft: Can Wyoming QB Josh Allen revive Bills’ passing game? | Bills Wire
Scouting report on Wyoming QB Josh Allen and why he may be the perfect fit for the Buffalo Bills offense.
Buffalo Bills offseason 2018: Who should stay and who should go? | NewYorkUpstate.com
What should the Bills do with Tyrod Taylor and other players who could be moved out?
[BN] Blitz newsletter: Plenty of OC candidates on the market if Bills have an opening - The Buffalo News
The daily rundown from the Buffalo News.
3 players Bills must re-sign in 2018 NFL free agency | Bills Wire
Highlighting three Buffalo Bills that should be re-signed when the 2018 NFL free agency period begins
Simulcast | Bills Coaching Changes and Options - Locked On Bills
Kevin Massare and co-host Jason Shannon breakdown the possibility of a new offensive coordinator in town, and go through the available options
Bills Today: GM Beane on salary cap situation - BuffaloBills.com
Here's the Bills news of note for Jan. 12th.
McDermott effectively sets the standard - BuffaloBills.com
Sean McDermott not only brought the Bills to the playoffs for the first time this century, he also set a standard by which all his players came to live by at One Bills Drive.