The Buffalo Bills continue to act like a team with designs on drafting a quarterback.
Whether they'll be able to land one of the "big four" might require a trade up, but the team continues to do its due diligence. The latest is a scheduled pre-draft visit with Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, according to a report from Sports Illustrated's Robert Klemko.
The Baker Mayfield series rolls on:
-- What some NFL greats and not-so-greats have to say about Baker's mindset
-- Baker's cross-country visit tour: CLE ✈ BUF ✈ Giants 🚙 Jets ✈ MIA ✈ DEN ✈ ARI
-- John Dorsey with another food truck zingerhttps://t.co/EtshGusfVq
— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) March 29, 2018
Klemko, who has closely followed Mayfield throughout the pre-draft process, reported that the quarterback also has visits planned with the Browns, Giants, Jets, Dolphins, Broncos and Cardinals. All of those teams, including the Bills, have needs at quarterback, to varying degrees.
There is a good chance Mayfield won't be on the board when the Bills are scheduled to pick at No. 12, which means they might have to trade up for him. The Browns at No. 1, Jets at No. 3 and Broncos at No. 5 are all options.
Mayfield completed an eye-popping 70.5 percent of his passes in 2017, winning the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, and the Big 12 Championship and helping the Sooners earn a spot in the 2017 College Football Playoff.
The Bills are allowed 30 pre-draft visits with prospects. Alex Marvez of Sirius XM reported Thursday that the team will use one of them on BYU linebacker Fred Warner.
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