Michigan State OT Jack Conklin has met with the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo could look to add the mauler in the first round of the draft.

The Buffalo Bills franchised left tackle Cordy Glenn and there's no telling how far apart the sides are on a long-term deal. At right tackle, the Bills have Seantrel HendersonJordan Mills, and Cyrus Kouandjio. Currently, those are all of the tackles that Buffalo has on their roster. With no proven answer at right tackle and the potential to lose Glenn after the 2016 season, the Bills should at least be considering adding a tackle in the draft.

In the first round there's a chance that Jack Conklin is available when Buffalo is on the clock at pick 19. He's described as a mauler and has been linked to the Bills for being such a good fit. On Tuesday, Conklin told SiriusXM NFL Radio that he's met or had a private workout with a quite a few teams and the Bills were included on that list.


Although most people see the Bills addressing the defense in the first round of the draft, Conklin is a legitimate option for Buffalo.


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