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Bills Links, 1/22: Off-season speculation continues

There are plenty of prospects for the Bills to consider

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The start of the NFL free agency period is less that 2 months away, and the speculation continues around what the Buffalo Bills may look to do in free agency. Obviously the free agent signings will help dictate what the Bills, and the rest of the league, do in the NFL Draft. This portion of the off-season leaves plenty of opportunities to analyze different prospects, and today’s edition of the Bills Links includes a collection of these articles.

How the Bills can draft in the top four and still have two 1st round picks | WGR 550 SportsRadio
It would require two trades, but can be done.

The Importance of the Senior Bowl | Cover 1
How important is the Senior Bowl to the Bills?

Greg Gabriel's Scouting Reports: Baker Mayfield & Mason Rudolph | Buffalo Sports Page
Greg Gabriel takes a closer look at some of the top quarterback prospects.

2018 NFL free agents that could immediately help the Bills | Bills Wire
Breaking down three 2018 NFL free agents that would be perfect fits for the Buffalo Bills at the right price.

2018 NFL Draft: 4 non-quarterback prospects Bills should look at in Round 1 | Bills Wire Here are four non-quarterback prospects the Buffalo Bills should look at in Round 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Marino | 5 Senior Bowl participants Bills fans should be focused on - NDT Scouting
Joe Marino shares his thoughts for the Bills.

Offseason Draft Breakdown: CBs Part 1 - Locked On Bills
Kevin Massare and co-host Jason Shannon discuss 7 prospects at the CB position that the Bills could target and why they might fit.

How Nick Saban helped Brian Daboll get his start on Patriots' coaching staff - The Buffalo News
More on new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

Bills rookies Tre'Davious White and Dion Dawkins were key contributors - Democrat & Chronicle
"They are rookies no more, and in a few months, a whole new crop of first-year players will be arriving at One Bills Drive tasked with a tough act to follow."