With the NFL Combine finished, today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills daily links turns its focus back to the NFL Draft and what Buffalo will do with pick No. 22. We examine Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins, identify eight draft prospects who are good fits for Buffalo, hear why some of the top draft prospects are impressed with Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen, discuss the pros and cons of pursuing talented edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue, and figure out who could step in and replace the leadership void left by Lorenzo Alexander’s retirement.
ESPN’s Todd McShay tags Clemson WR Tee Higgins as Bills’ top choice in latest mock draft – The Buffalo News
Todd McShay went chalk with the Bills’ first-round pick.
Tee Higgins could be possible NFL Draft target of Buffalo Bills - Democrat & Chronicle
Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins is a possible target for the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the NFL Draft.
8 NFL Draft prospects Buffalo Bills fans need to have on their radar after combine - newyorkupstate.com
Things have changed a bit since last week’s NFL Combine in Indy. Here are some new names to consider for the Bills in the draft.
NFL Draft 2020: Post-combine Buffalo Bills picks from Todd McShay, Daniel Jeremiah & Matt Miller - newyorkupstate.com
Who do NFL draft analysts have the Bills selecting in Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft?
Bills quarterback Josh Allen is popular among NFL draft prospects – The Buffalo News
Several of the top NFL Draft prospects mentioned Allen and being impressed with his leadership and skills at the NFL Combine.
Bills thoughts from the combine: Wide receiver chase and Shaq Lawson – The Athletic
The Bills have some extensions of their own to get done, but first general manager Brandon Beane is focusing on free agency and the draft. (Subscription required).
Weighing the pros and cons of Bills pursuing Jaguars edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue – The Buffalo News
Fans have openly campaigned for their team to swing a deal for Ngakoue. Would that make sense for Buffalo?
Bills most and least stable positions | WGR 550 SportsRadio
A look at which positions the Bills have the biggest starting needs, and the ones in which they are most stable
Lorenzo Alexander thinks CBA vote will be very close | WGR 550 SportsRadio
Lorenzo Alexander believes that the player vote on the CBA will be incredibly close.
DiMarco: "I don't want my locker room to go without money" | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The Buffalo Bills fullback joined Howard and Jeremy on WGR on Monday morning to discuss the NFL CBA.
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2020 NFL Draft: Finding a new Lorax - Buffalo Rumblings
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Q&A mailbag: Prioritizing Buffalo BillsWR/DE, free agency vs 2020 NFL Draft, round 1 trade up - Buffalo Rumblings
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Billieve: QB Josh Allen’s development part 2 - Buffalo Rumblings
Take a look at where Allen improved and where progress is still needed.
AFC East Roundup: 2020 free agency - Buffalo Rumblings
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