Buffalo Bills: 7-round mock draft that includes a trade for Zach Ertz
The lack of glaring roster needs makes the Buffalo Bills a bit of a wild card heading into the 2021 NFL Draft. This is certainly a great position for the franchise but also makes it tough to predict who they might add.
While there is a bit of an unknown of who the Bills may select, one thing that is known is that Brandon Beane is not afraid to make moves during the three-day NFL Draft. He has moved up and down at varying points to find value and add the players they believe fit the best.
He also is not afraid of trading draft capital for veterans, like he did last year for Stefon Diggs. When considering where the team is as a franchise and the fact that they should be considered a legitimate Super Bowl contender they may want more players who can help them win now.
One of those players could be tight end Zach Ertz, who has been rumored to be on the trade market. The fact the Bills tight end position is one of the weaker on the roster this trade idea makes sense.
Mike Kaye of NJ.com proposed a trade idea of the Philadelphia Eagles sending Ertz, along with their second round pick (37th overall) for the Bills first round pick (30th overall). This is a trade that could benefit both sides and if that trade were to take place, this is what the rest of the Buffalo Bills draft picks could look like in the 2021 NFL Draft.