In a bit of a surprise, the Buffalo Bills made Florida State running back Karlos Williams their fifth-round pick Saturday.
The Bills had seemingly been set at the position, especially after acquiring LeSean McCoy in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles and retaining veteran Fred Jackson.
Williams' arrival would seemingly mean that the Bills might eventually part ways with Bryce Brown, whom coach Rex Ryan publicly called out for his fumbling issues.
The Bills didn't have a choice in the fourth round, after trades with the Eagles for Brown and the Cleveland Browns last year as part of the deal to move up to select Sammy Watkins.
Williams is the second former Florida State player the Bills selected in this draft. Second-round cornerback Ronald Darby is the other.