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Buffalo Bills’ owner Terry Pegula presumably watched the quarterbacks at 2018 NFL Combine

The Bills have been in the mix for a new starting quarterback

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The Buffalo Bills have been on the hot seat for finding a quarterback this offseason. There are a wide variety of quarterbacks to choose from in the upcoming NFL Draft. Bills’ general manger Brandon Beane expressed that he will be meeting with the top quarterbacks in this class during his press conference at the 2018 NFL Combine.

On Saturday, the quarterbacks showcased their talents during on-field workouts. With the exception of former USC quarterback, Sam Darnold, all of the top quarterbacks were put through a series of throws they had to make.

Bills’ owner Terry Pegula was at the combine and was seen walking out to after the quarterbacks threw reported John Kryk, NFL columnist for the Toronto Sun and Postmedia.

The Bills have reportedly trying to move up in the NFL Draft for one of the top tier quarterbacks. More than likely, no trades will be initiated until after free agency settles down and we inch closer to the draft.

Editor’s note: an earlier version of this article said Pegula had only watched the quarterback portion of the Combine. That has been removed. - MRW