Buffalo Bills: Discussing potential new additions in the BLD Podcast

Episode three of the newly rebooted BLD Podcast follows up after the NFL Combine. The new league year begins next week, signaling the beginning of free agency and the draft following not too far behind for the Buffalo Bills.

The NFL Combine drew to a close earlier this week with numerous players receiving a bump in their stocks. As big boards begin to take shape, the offseason plan for the Buffalo Bills does the same.

We begin the podcast discussing who and what position we would consider trading up for in the draft and what Buffalo’s draft strategy should be. Should they stay where they are? Move up? Back? Or take the best player available?

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A great deal of what they do come draft time will depend on their plans in free agency. We provide our thoughts on several players Buffalo should stay away from, and then shift gears to who we think would be great fits for the Bills.

Buffalo currently has nearly $80 million in available cap space and can spend big in several areas. Both former Carolina Panthers in wide receiver Devin Funchess and offensive tackle Daryl Williams are covered by us, as well as free agent center Matt Paradis from Denver and Tampa Bay wide receiver Adam Humphries.

After listing to the podcast, keep and eye out for our first mock draft that will be ready to drop in the next several days. We will continue to bring you free agency and draft coverage and how both impact the Bills.

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