The NFL has already started to see trade activity pick up around the league with the trade deadline still about a month away. Buffalo Bills' general manager Brandon Beane has not been afraid to make a deal and it seems like only a matter of time before he gets involved.
Since becoming general manager after the 2017 NFL Draft, Beane has made six trades during the season. The first was back in 2017 when he traded defensive tackle Marcell Dareus to the Jacksonville Jaguars for a fifth round pick.
A few days later he would make another trade, this time with the Carolina Panthers for wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. in 2018, Beane made another trade with the Panthers by sending offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse for a seventh round pick.
In 2019, the Buffalo Bills would move wide receiver Zay Jones to the Raiders for another draft pick, this time for a fifth round pick. The last two trades that Brandon Beane made came last season when the Bills acquired Nyheim Hines and Dean Marlowe in separate deals.
While the Buffalo Bills have made a number of trades over the past few seasons, the one common theme has been that they do not make big splashes during this time. This year should be no different and these are three players that the Buffalo Bills won't be trading for over the next few weeks.