Dak Prescott to visit the Buffalo Bills

The Bills have shown plenty of interest in Dak Prescott.

The Buffalo Bills are allowed to have 30 visits with NFL prospects leading up to the 2016 NFL draft. Buffalo is using one of their visits on quarterback Dak Prescott according to NFL.com.

The Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals have arranged for Prescott to visit their facilities in April, while the Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys have scheduled private workouts for the end of March (Prescott is one of five quarterbacks that NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt identified as being good fits as developmental prospects for the Cowboys). 

Buffalo met with Prescott at the combine and at the Senior Bowl so the team's interest appears to be legitimate. GM Doug Whaley has made it clear that the team plans on adding another quarterback to their roster. Based upon their cap situation, the best way to address the position would be in the draft. 

Prescott, a three-year starter for Mississippi State, threw for 3,793 yards, 29 TDs, and five interceptions in 2015. The quarterback is currently looked at as a day two pick in the draft or early day three pick. 


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