Buffalo Bills: Recapping Day 2 of workouts at the NFL combine

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Bills Prospects to keep an eye on


Josh Rosen- The Bills are most likely trading up for a quarterback. Much of the speculation has pointed to Josh Rosen being a target for the Buffalo Bills. His performance during the combine will only increase the enticement to move up and select him.

Baker Mayfield- There is a sneaky chance that Mayfield could be a Bill. He seems like the type of guy that can mold to McDermott’s culture and thrive in the hard work mentality. If Rosen is taken, Mayfield is not a bad backup plan.

Wide Receiver

D.J. Moore- I’ve already written that Moore would be the perfect complement to Bills receivers. His performance further showed that he has the wheels to be a great slot receiver in the NFL, a position in which the Bills desperately need help. He could be a candidate for one of their second-round picks.

Tight End

Mark Andrews– Baker’s old teammate coming with him?

Over the years, when a team selects a quarterback early, they try to get him a weapon to grow with (Luck/Fleener, Dalton/Green, Manuel/Woods). Not sorry.

If the Bills go with this method, they can get Andrews in the second round and employ two tight end sets to help with pass protection. Could also be selected in the second round.

Next: Recapping Day 1 of workouts at the NFL combine

Was there anyone else who stood out to you? Day 3 is where the big defensive linemen and linebackers can show their skills. Who will be this year’s breakout star?