The Buffalo Bills are expected to add another quarterback at some point in the NFL draft. Tyrod Taylor and EJ Manuel are both entering the final year of their respective contracts and the latter isn't expected to return after the 2016 season. In the draft, the Bills will have to determine how early they want to draft a potential backup to Taylor, but is it possible that the team already has a quarterback in mind? According to Tony Pauline of Draft Insider, Buffalo is interested in Stanford QB Kevin Hogan.
If the Buffalo Bills don’t grab a quarterback in the first frame one player at the position they will consider later is Kevin Hogan of Stanford. I was informed the team came away from the Senior Bowl very impressed with his athleticism as well as his arm strength and really like his next level potential.
Hogan has plenty of experience from his time at Stanford, but he may struggle to find success in the NFL due to his odd delivery. Currently, Hogan is being projected as a day three pick in the NFL draft.
Time will tell if Buffalo truly has interest in Hogan. This is the time of year when rumors fly about prospects and teams.null