The Buffalo Bills appear to have have quite a few holes to fill in the NFL draft, especially on the defensive side of the ball. With eight picks in the draft, the Bills can try to find some starters as well as address depth at positions of need at their current draft spot. Yet, one CBS Sports writer reports that Buffalo has inquired about moving up to the second overall pick in the draft.
Allbright is the same writer who reported that the Broncos had inquired with the Bills about Tyrod Taylor.
It was just two years ago that the Bills pulled off a trade with the Cleveland Browns to draft Sammy Watkins. Reportedly, the Bills have inquired about making a deal with Cleveland once again, but you'd have to believe Buffalo would pay a steep price to move from pick 19 to the second overall pick.
Although it seems like a far-fetched thought, you have to wonder who the Bills would want to draft with the second overall pick. It's safe to assume that many of the teams mentioned with Buffalo would want to select Jared Goff or Carson Wentz (whichever quarterback is left after the Rams make their pick), but the Bills aren't nearly as desperate as these teams to address the positions. Maybe the Bills would look to select Laremy Tunsil and bolster their offensive line. Defensive standouts such as Jalen Ramsey, Joey Bosa, or DeForest Buckner could also be coveted by Buffalo.
Realistically, it's highly unlikely that the Bills trade up to the second overall pick in the draft, but it's certainly fun to think about who the Bills would target.null