Bills not expected to trade up to No. 2 pick

Jo Caldwell
April 26, 2018

Buffalo now owns the No. 12 pick in the first round, but it has plenty of draft picks that it could use to make a deal to move up.

That gives them quite a lot to package in a potential deal, and it has led to plenty of National Football League trade rumors [VIDEO].

"The quarterbacks next year.they're not in a league as these three quarterbacks", Kiper said. Obviously, quarterback is the most important position on the field and if a club doesn't have one they have to over-draft to get one. While most fans are fine with the team's head coach, owners, assistant general manager and college scouting director having a seat, it was the inclusion of Brandon that has heads spinning.

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That quarterback, at least in this spot, is still Sam Darnold. Draft night it going to be total and complete chaos. However, it would require two teams being on board.

While the Indianapolis Colts could certainly select a player with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, there is also a chance they trade back with the Buffalo Bills being one of the top candidates.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Giants have had trade talks about OT Ereck Flowers. The Penn State standout projects as a top-10 overall pick in this week's draft.

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That said, it takes two to tango.

Many have stated that Saquon Barkely is the best pro prospect at running back since Adrian Peterson came in out in 2007, which is definitely a bold statement but is in fact true.

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