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ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. released his latest mock draft Wednesday morning, with a pair of interesting selections for the Bills in the first round with the No. 21 and No. 22 picks. Neither is a quarterback. At No. 21, Kiper has the Bills selecting cornerback/return specialist Mike Hughes from Central Florida. Kiper's initial mock also had Hughes going to the Bills at No. 21.…

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Here is a roundup of the most recent mock drafts with each expert's picks for whom the Bills will select at No. 21 and No. 22. Lance Zierlein, NFL.com, at No. 21: Billy Price, C, Ohio State “Price is a tremendously powerful drive blocker who can fill the void left by the injury to Eric Wood.” Lance Zierlein, NFL.com, at No. 22: Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama “Evan…

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MOBILE, Ala. – Former Dallas coach Jimmy Johnson created a famous draft-pick trade value chart in the early 1990s that long has been used as a guide for trading picks. The No. 1 overall pick is worth 3,000 points. The No. 16 pick is worth 1,000 and the No. 28 pick is worth 660. The Bills' picks at Nos. 21 and 22 are worth 800 and 780 points respectively. The No. 100 pic…

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Louisville quarterback and 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson might end up being one of the more polarizing players in the NFL Draft. Some have him going in the top 10, others have him dropping to later in the first round and then there's Bill Polian suggesting that Jackson should move to wide receiver. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. had Jackson being selected No. 6 overall…

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Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph will not compete at next week's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., because of a minor left foot sprain, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Rudolph has intrigued Bills fans as a draft possibility. The sprain will not require surgery, according to the report, and Rudolph will be in Mobile for official measurements and interv…

Analysis

Practices began Monday for the East-West Shrine Game in Florida. Here are some players for Bills fans to watch courtesy of Dan Shonka of Ourlads.com who is among the members of the game's selection committee. Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota State: Four-time All America selection and winner of the Doris Robinson Award, given to an FCS player who excels in the classroom…

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The Bills have the No. 21 and No. 22 picks in the NFL Draft and you might have heard that quarterback is an area of need. As General Manager Brandon Beane acknowledged, the Bills have enough ammunition if they wanted to package those picks or package a first-round pick and a second or third to move up. There are always exceptions to every rule and some highly drafted…

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Because Kelvin Benjamin, Zay Jones, and Andre Holmes are the only Bills wideouts (who've played in a game this season) under contract with Buffalo in 2018, it's far from crazy to think the Bills will address the receiver position relatively early in the 2018 NFL Draft. Let's take an early look at the top portion of the group of pass-catchers. Courtland Sutton, SMU Int…

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Neither UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen nor USC's Sam Darnold is officially eligible for the 2018 NFL Draft, but scouts from 20 teams have been credentialed for Saturday's Pac-12 showdown. That group includes the Bills, according to USC as reported by NFL.com. Rosen and Darnold might be the two best quarterback prospects in college football right now. The deadline for under…

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As part of the culture change brought on by new general manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott, the Bills have  dramatically turned over the roster. With Marcell Dareus' trade to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Bills are down to nine players on the 53-man roster whom they drafted before the new regime took over and 23 players overall. http://buffalonews.com/2017/1…

Bucky and Sully

"Sports Talk Sunday" rolled on without Bucky Gleason, with The News' Bills beat reporter Vic Carucci stepping into his host seat, alongside Jerry Sullivan and Adam Benigni. Heather Prusak and Jonah Javad, both of WGRZ, popped in for a segment apiece. Here are the major topics from Sunday's show, which aired originally at 11:30 p.m. May 1 on WGRZ-TV. The season is expected…