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Bills Links, 2/10: Lamar Jackson pick leads to keeping Tyrod Taylor in latest mock draft

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Plus a closer look at other quarterback options

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The quarterback discussion shows no signs of slowing down, and Chad Reuter’s latest mock draft is sure to lead to a healthy discussion. As noted below, Reuter sees the Buffalo Bills keeping Tyrod Taylor as a bridge quarterback for Louisville’s Lamar Jackson. This plays out as a reasonable scenario, especially if the price to trade up is too steep for the Bills to consider.

Today’s edition of the Bills Links also takes a closer look at Mason Rudolph, Sam Bradford, Josh Rosen, and Sam Darnold.


Chad Reuter 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills draft Lamar Jackson, keep Tyrod Taylor | NewYorkUpstate.com
Chad Reuter's 3-round mock draft has Buffalo keeping Taylor, but drafting his successor.

Intentional Scouting: Mason Rudolph | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Chris Trapasso joins Nate Geary and Mark Schofield to break down the Oklahoma State quarterback

Buffalo Bills listed among potential landing spots for Baker Mayfield by SI.com | NewYorkUpstate.com
Robert Klemko thinks the Bills could trade up for the Oklahoma quarterback.

8 reasons Sam Bradford will be the Buffalo Bills' starting QB in 2018 | NewYorkUpstate.com
Bradford could be playing for his fourth team in 2018.

Roth: Both Darnold and Rosen are 'gifted learners and intelligent men' | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Hear what Pac-12 college football analyst Yogi Roth had to say on Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen

Mock Draft Version 1.0 - Bills go offense at 21 and 22 | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Derek Kramer dishes out the first mock draft for WGR550 this offseason

2017 Buffalo Bills All-22 in Review: Linebackers - WKBW.com
Joe B. takes a closer look at the linebackers for the Bills.

Bills and Eagles Special Edition Crossover - Locked On Bills
Kevin Massare and Eagles host discuss the Super Bowl, Nick Foles, Ex-Bills players, and potential trade options.