The Bills made a pair of trades in Thursday's first round that will have implications on their remaining picks in the NFL Draft. The Bills began the draft with nine picks.
Here are the two deals:
- Bills send No. 12, No. 53 and No. 56 to Tampa Bay for No. 7 and No. 255. The Bills used the No. 7 pick on Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen. The Bucs used No. 12 on Washington defensive tackle Vita Vea.
- Bills send No. 22 and No. 65 to Baltimore Ravens for No. 16 and No. 154. Bills use No. 22 on Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. Ravens use No. 22 on Alabama linebacker Rashaad Evans.
Here are the Bills remaining picks:
Second round: No picks
Third round: No. 96 (acquired from Philadelphia)
Fourth round: No. 121
Fifth round: No. 154 (acquired from Baltimore in trade to move up to No. 16)
Sixth round: No. 166 and No. 187 (acquired from Cincinnati)
Seventh round: No. 255 (acquired from Tampa Bay)