Jake Fromm, Quarterback
Jake Fromm was arguably the most polarizing players in the NFL Draft due to his great success at the college level with the Georgia Bulldogs. The recently drafted quarterback has significant physical limitations, where he has been criticized for his small hands and weak arm that scared away NFL teams.
The former Bulldog despite his weaknesses brings great intangibles to the Bills. Fromm could be of great use in the quarterback room where he can decipher film with the best of them and could also add more competition that Sean McDermott preaches.
The Bills invested a fifth-round pick on Fromm so they would ideally want to keep the Georgia product on the roster in his rookie year and not risk losing him for nothing. Ideally Fromm would replace the incumbent backup Matt Barkley but the relationship Barkley has with starting quarterback Josh Allen would make this situation unlikely.
Buffalo will have a decision to make; whether to keep three quarterbacks or to risk Fromm on the practice squad since Barkley is not likely to get cut. Beane would not like the talented fifth-round pick to be scooped up off the practice squad with no value coming back in return.