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The Buffalo Bills had a 'large contingent' of people at Penn State's Pro Day

The Buffalo Bills had a large group on hand for Penn State's Pro Day.

Penn State held their Pro Day on Thursday, and according to Tony Pauline, the Buffalo Bills had a “large contingent” on hand.


Christian Hackenberg could be on Buffalo’s radar as the team plans on drafting a quarterback in the 2016 NFL draft. Hackenberg is seen as a mid-round prospect in the 2016 NFL draft. His passing workout on Thursday was run by former Bills quarterback Jordan Palmer. 

Greg Roman, Buffalo's offensive coordinator, spent quite a bit of time talking with Hackenberg according to Ben Jones of StateCollege.com. 


In addition to Hackenberg, Penn State has quite a few prospects that the Bills could be interested in drafting.

On the defensive side of the ball, Buffalo could have been on hand to look at Austin Johnson, Anthony Zettel, or Carl Nassib. Johnson is one Nittany Lion that Jim Monos, Buffalo’s Director of Player Personnel, has mentioned by name as a talented defensive depth in the draft class. It’s certainly possible that the contingent was on hand to watch the nose tackle.




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