The Buffalo Bills hold picks 40 and 75 of the 2019 NFL Draft and as we approach rounds two and three Friday night, we’ve got some rumors already flying. We’ll keep this updated as we can about what Buffalo might be planning on doing.
D.K. Metcalf a name to watch for Bills
Last year, Allbright had Buffalo aligned with Josh Allen. This year, he said Buffalo’s preference would be to stay put at nine and draft Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver. In both cases, that’s exactly what Buffalo did.
Allbright seems to be connected enough on the Bills’ front to make this worth mentioning (even though he’s based in Denver and has largely worked on that beat).
Knee issue pushing down Jawaan Taylor
You probably saw the Florida tackle tumble down yesterday. It’s a reported knee injury that’s scaring away teams. He was linked to Buffalo at the ninth overall pick in some mocks, but he’s still available as the second round opens.
Pick 33 is going to be CB Byron Murphy
Washington CB Byron Murphy is the heavy favorite to go at the opening pick of the second round if Arizona holds on to the pick tonight. https://t.co/jCKROfW3Sf— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 26, 2019
There could be a bidding war at 34
There could be fireworks early tonight: If the #AZCardinals go CB at No. 33, the #Colts should be able to get a ton at No. 34 in a trade. Lot of top OLs on the board, including Jawaan Taylor, Cody Ford and Greg Little.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 26, 2019
Buffalo could definitely be in play for an offensive lineman but getting into a bidding war for one at 36 seems weird with the number of them available.
Miami Dolphins on the verge of trading for Josh Rosen
Multiple sources say the Dolphins are close to a deal for QB Josh Rosen, and that a deal may actually be tentatively done. Arizona would get pick No. 48 from Miami.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 26, 2019
The Dolphins passed on a quarterback in the first round of the draft, while Arizona made Josh Rosen available after drafting Kyler Murray. The Cardinals weren’t able to secure a first-round pick, but it looks like Miami’s second might seal the deal.
Broncos CB Chris Harris could be dealt
Denver did receive enough interest to deal Harris. Sounds like a trade would likely come with a new deal. A solid commodity for the Broncos https://t.co/DxHDF6ocAI— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 26, 2019