Buffalo Bills News: 2019 NFL Combine officially underway

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The NFL Combine is officially underway, although workouts don’t start until Friday. This is another crucial Combine for Brandon Beane and the Buffalo Bills.

The fact the Buffalo Bills won’t be drafting a quarterback in 2019 may turn some fans away from watching the hype fest that is the NFL Combine.

But there are plenty of positions still to follow.

The 2019 NFL Combine officially begins today, but workouts won’t get going until Friday. The first few days are for everyone to arrive and for interviews to be conducted, so every single day is important for the players showing up.

It is also crucial for the coaches and executives who need to figure out what prospects are good fits for their organizations. There could be great raw talent on display from certain players who could also be busts waiting to happen.

So only a ton of pressure for everyone involved.

One fun position to keep an eye on throughout the process will be the wide receivers. The speed and quickness displayed will make for better viewing than watching linemen run the 40-yard dash.

Draft season is beginning to heat up so let’s look at that and more in today’s Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

One mistake to avoid making in the 2019 NFL Draft (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The Bills need to make sure to add a great deal of offensive line talent to the roster in 2019. I imagine that is a key focus both in free agency and the NFL Draft.

One lineman to potentially add in free agency (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

Speaking of the big guys up front, the Bills could look to add a center from one of the best offenses in football.

Bills fans, do you have what it takes to be the next Billy Buffalo? (NYup.com, Ryan Talbot)

In fun news, you could be the next Billy Buffalo! The team is hiring, for someone to be inside the suit of course, and I imagine many passionate Bills fans would love to be Billy. I have personally been in a mascot suit before and it is rough, but that was also for a minor league baseball team so I would hope the Bills have a luxury suit for whoever puts it on.

What can Ken Dorsey do for Josh Allen’s game? (Bills.com, Chris Brown)

From Cleveland to Buffalo, there is a connection in town that can help Josh Allen.

It turns out some former Browns quarterbacks could indeed do some good.