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Buffalo Bills Links, 4/27: Trying to predict the first round of the NFL Draft

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There’s only one day to go until round one of the NFL Draft takes place Thursday evening in Las Vegas, NV.

Today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills links sorts through all the noise to predict what could happen in what is bound to be an uncertain first round of the draft, offering up the latest mock drafts and examining how Buffalo’s draft history under general manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott could provide insights into how the team will use its selections this year.

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What to know heading into the draft

Read how Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott have carried out their first five NFL Drafts to see what trends could emerge for this year’s draft. Plus, sorting through Buffalo’s draft needs, why safety is a sneaky need and why the Bills should consider bolstering their tight end depth in the draft. Also, learn more about Buffalo’s “love affair” with Iowa State running back Breece Hall, and get to know Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth Jr., a potential target for the Bills, and more!

GM Brandon Beane: All options will be considered

Will Brandon Beane trade up to get a player he covets, trade back to stockpile draft picks, or stay pat? Beane said all options are on the board as he prepares for his sixth draft with Buffalo.

Bills exercise fifth-year option on DT Ed Oliver

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