NFL Draft rumors: Bills unlikely to move into No. 2 spot

NFL Draft rumors: Bills unlikely to move into No. 2 spot

It has also seen the Buffalo Bills enter the conversation as a team highly interested in being among those snagging one of the top projected players at the position.

NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that it is unlikely that the Bills and Giants will make a draft-day deal for the No. 2 pick. It would mean moving more than the 12th and 22nd overall selections in the first round.

The Bills now own the No. 12 and No. 22 overall picks. In an article written by Kristian Dyer of Metro, he confirmed through an anonymous source that the Bills are trying to trade up to the No. 2 overall pick now owned by the New York Giants.

With two first-round picks, and a need for a quarterback, many believe the Bills could be a team to watch to move into the No. 2 spot now occupied by the Giants. "I would be at this moment surprised if that happens". This draft season, particularly over the last six weeks, I have asked multiple members of the Cleveland Browns organization-which owns picks no. 1 and 4, in addition to three second-rounders-what I thought was a very stupid question: Have you considered ignoring all norms and drafting two quarterbacks high in the draft?

It's NFL Draft week and the countdown to Thursday's first round in Arlington is underway, where the Cowboys are picking in the second half of the first round at number 19. Not only would that add even more to their AFC East rivalry but many years from now could be considered one of the biggest tragedies to ever hit the Jets in a draft if it pans out in favor of the Bills and they end up selecting a future elite quarterback.



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