4 Buffalo Bills draft picks who had breakout seasons with other teams

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Recently, the Buffalo Bills have done a good job of re-signing draft picks after their rookie contract by reaching extensions with players like Josh Allen, Ed Oliver, and Matt Milano.

However, that always hasn't been the case and the Bills have either seen players leave in free agency or trade away players before they had their breakout season. These are four draft picks that would go on to have productive seasons after leaving Buffalo.

4 Buffalo Bills draft picks who had breakout years with other teams

Wyatt Teller

Brandon Beane hasn't had many bad moves as general manager for the Buffalo Bills. The selection of Wyatt Teller in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft could have ended up being one of his best picks he has made.

However, the Bills would trade Teller prior to his second season to the Cleveland Browns and he has emerged as one of the best guards in the NFL. Over the past four seasons, he has either been selected as a second-team All-Pro or to the Pro Bowl.

While the Bills appear to have the answer at right guard with O'Cyrus Torrence, this has been a weakness for a few seasons that Teller absolutely could have fixed if he was still in Buffalo.