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NASHVILLE – Ed Oliver liked everything about his pre-draft visit to the Buffalo Bills. The former University of Houston standout defensive tackle was overwhelmed by the team’s new, $18 million weight room, and had nothing but positive encounters with players and coaches. In short, Oliver would be more than pleased if the Bills, who own the ninth overall pick, were to…

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The Bills entered the week of the 2019 NFL Draft with Keith Ford as their only running back under contract for 2020. LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore are expected to shoulder the load this season, but the plan beyond that seemed murky. With that in mind, running back was considered somewhat of a draft need for the Bills, whose top two running backs are both on the wrong side…

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Several readers featured in Jay Skurski's Bills mailbag wanted to know about the possibility of drafting a tight end in the first round. Tight end is one of the Bills' biggest needs, along with defensive tackle, defensive end and wide receiver. But is the position important enough to merit the ninth overall selection? "Here’s where I stand on drafting a tight end at …

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Tight end is a position of need for the Buffalo Bills entering this year's draft, and fortunately for them, the draft class is deep at that position. The Bills currently have just one tight end under contract in Jason Croom, who had a nice rookie season and should see a bigger role in 2019 as long as his fumbling issues don't continue (two fumbles on 22 career touches).…