NFL veterans pay attention to the draft. The obvious thing they watch: Did we draft someone at my position?
Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier has four months to get ready for the speed assault. He’s going to need it.
Here are five things to know about Miami (Ohio) offensive tackle Tommy Doyle, selected by the Bills in the fifth round, 161st overall, on Saturday.
Here are five things to know about Northern Iowa offensive tackle Spencer Brown, selected by the Bills in the third round, 93rd overall, on Friday.
Buffalo News sportswriters offer their grades for how the Bills performed in the 2021 NFL draft.
Here are five things to know about Houston wide receiver Marquez Stevenson, selected by the Bills in the sixth round, No. 203 overall, on Saturday:
Here are five things to know about University of Pittsburgh safety Damar Hamlin, selected by the Bills in the sixth round, No. 212, on Saturday.
Here is a sampling of how national draft analysts viewed the Bills' draft.
Here are five things to know about Wisconsin cornerback Rachad Wildgoose, selected by the Buffalo Bills in the sixth round, No. 213, on Saturday.
Forfeiting the remainder of his college eligibility allowed Rousseau to sign with an agent, and the influx of money as he prepared for the draft allowed his mom to leave her job as an ICU nurse in Florida at the height of the Covid pandemic.
"Significant improvement through the draft becomes less necessary when you already have one of the top teams in the NFL. You're not pacing through the draft room or holding your breath, hoping a specific prospect falls your way."
Texas Tech guard, selected by the Bills in the seventh round, No. 236, started 38 games in his career, all at right guard. He had a great start, making freshman All-America. He was second-team All-Big 12 in 2018 and first-team All-Big 12 in 2020.
University of Pittsburgh safety Damar Hamlin, selected by the Bills in the sixth round, No. 212, is good playing near the line of scrimmage. He led Pitt in tackles in 2018 and 2020 and was second on the team in 2019.
Considered a position of need for the team entering the draft, the Bills clearly saw it differently and waited until the sixth round, with the 213th overall pick, Saturday to select Wisconsin cornerback Rachad Wildgoose.
The 5-foot-10 Stevenson finished his college career with 22 touchdown catches (tied for sixth in program history) and 2,269 receiving yards, which ranks 13th in program history.
The Bills picked Houston wide receiver Marquez Stevenson at No. 203 overall. Stevenson, 5-foot-10 and 182 pounds, made his college reputation as a big-play threat.
Growing up in Minnesota, Tommy Doyle dreamed of playing in the NHL. Of course, as he continued on the growth path to 6-foot-8, 320 pounds, football became an obvious alternative.
Rousseau will play physical, Mark Gaughan says. It’s easy to see him being an asset setting the edge against the run, a big priority for the Bills’ scheme.
Read the full story by Jason Wolf here, and the recap of the pick by Vic Carucci here.
The Bills still have numerous need areas they could address. Mark Gaughan takes a look at some names to keep in mind as the Bills complete their selection process.
The Buffalo Bills stocked up on linemen on Day 2 of the NFL Draft, selecting Wake Forest defensive end Carlos "Boogie" Basham Jr. and Northern…
In 2019, Brown started every game at right tackle and received Missouri Valley Conference honors. As a redshirt sophomore in '18, he played in 13 games, with 12 starts.
In 31 games the past three seasons at Wake Forest, Basham made 33.5 tackles for loss, 19.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, and a defensive touchdown.
The 6-foot-3, 274-pound redshirt senior is known for his burly build, powerful hands and counter spins, as well as his hard hitting and relentless pursuit of the quarterback.