Cook fell to pick 41 and the Bills traded up in the second round. Unfortunately for Cook, it was so Buffalo could draft linebacker Reggie Ragland. The Bills were once again on the clock at pick 80 and Cook was still available. Once again, the Bills passed. It seemed that La Canfora's report was nothing more than a report.
However, La Canfora is now doubling-down on Buffalo's interest in Cook. He states the Bills are trying to find a way to land Cook on Saturday and they may need to trade up to do so.
At this point in the draft, the Bills do need to strike quickly on the QB they covet, but Buffalo would probably be wise to let the fourth round play out and not give up any future picks.
UPDATE: Tim Graham of The Buffalo News reports that the Bills have no interest in trading up for Cook.