Buffalo Bills News: A post-combine mock draft as free agency begins

Buffalo Bills, 2023 NFL Draft (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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The Buffalo Bills are busy making moves in free agency. At the same time, mock draft season continues on as everyone tries to predict who will go where.

Free agency doesn’t officially get underway until Wednesday but that hasn’t stopped teams from agreeing to deals with players as soon as the week began.

The Buffalo Bills have already made several moves, which we will get to later today.

While all this is going on, we dropped our first mock draft of the year. It is a full first-round mock that sees the Bills land one of the top offensive linemen in the class.

Stephen McCarthy and Justin Baumann are back at it this year and will continue to put out their mock drafts right up until the draft begins. My favorite part of their mocks? They factor in trades, and that is the case in their first one of the year.

It is easy to get caught up in the whirlwind start of free agency this week, yet the main focus for building the Bills will continue to be on the draft. That is unless the team signs Le’Veon Bell and confuses us all.

We look at this news and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

Post-Combine full 2019 first-round mock draft (BuffaLowDown, Stephen McCarthy)

The NFL Combine provided some sense of where the top prospects stand. This initial mock draft seeks to figure out the sure things along with the surprises.

Bills reach 3-year deal with ex-Bengals TE Kroft (ESPN.com)

One move the Bills made on Monday was agreeing to a deal with Tyler Kroft. This is not the big splash at tight end some fans may have wanted, but it is a nice addition after missing out on Dwayne Allen.

Frank Gore: 8 things to know about the newest Bills RB (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)

The Bills got older at running back, which is almost impossible to do. Let’s hope some more moves are coming at the position.

Mitch Morse becomes league’s highest-paid center in Bills deal (PFT, Curtis Crabtree)

The Bills also added a center on Monday.

These moves don’t create major headlines, but do help build the foundation of the team for years to come.