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The conversation didn't go down like this, but imagine how logical the decision would've been had this been the case. Sean McDermott to a room filled with Bills scouts: "He played in your back yard and held his pro day in our field house. How did you not notice Khalil Mack was a phenom?" (Silence.) McDermott: "OK, how did you rank Torell Troup over Rob Gronkowski?…

The Tim Graham Show

Jay Skurski of [BN] the Blitz podcast fame knows what he's talking about when it comes to the NFL draft. I do not. So our good pal hooked up Wednesday with "The Tim Graham Show" on Sports Radio 1270 The Fan. Skurski delivered his thoughts on what the Bills will do with the 10th overall selection, Wednesday's report the team's scouting department is bracing to be w…

Doug Whaley issued a fair warning before the Buffalo Bills' pre-draft media luncheon Monday. "I know you guys will have some questions but I want to give you a heads up that we can’t get into too much detail," the team's general manager said. "As a personnel staff, our pro personnel people follow these types of press conferences for all the teams, trying to pick out cer…

Buffalo Bills President Russ Brandon and head coach Doug Marrone denied today's CBS Sports report that claimed Marrone and player personnel director Jim Monos got into a heated argument at a recent practice. CBS Sports reporter Jason La Canfora wrote Marrone and Monos have been at odds since their days together with the New Orleans Saints, and their frustrations boiled ov…

The Buffalo Bills are sticking with their theme along the offensive line -- going big. The latest example of that came in the the fifth round of today's NFL Draft, with the selection of Baylor guard Cyril Richardson with the 153rd overall pick. "He's a big, mauler-type guard," Bills Director of Player Personnel Jim Monos said. "We just love his power and his strength. ..…

The Buffalo Bills added some depth to their secondary today in Round 4 of the NFL Draft by selecting Duke cornerback Ross Cockrell. There's a good bet he'll be the smartest player in the team's locker room. Cockrell has been graduated since December 2012, finishing his degree in political science in 3 1/2 years, and is one of only 17 four-time Academic All-Atlantic Coast…

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[bn_brightcove id="3551484178001"] The Buffalo Bills moved down three spots in the second round of tonight's draft before ultimately selecting massive Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio with the 44th overall pick. Kouandjio is a 6-foot-6, 322-pounder who played at Alabama. "We're extremely excited to get Cyrus in the second round," Bills General Manager Doug Whale…