It’s not surprising at all, but in the final days prior to the draft, the Bills along with a handful of other teams at the top of the draft board have been making and fielding calls about the possibility to moving back in round one.
ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter is reporting that the Bills along with a few other clubs have already been working the phones to see what other NFL teams might be interested in moving up the board to secure a player they covet.
Teams that have made calls about moving back in draft include PHIL, DET, CLEV, BUFF, MIA. Doing what they should.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 23, 2013
As we reported last week the Bills are very open to moving back from their spot at eight overall. Prime candidates to move up could include San Diego (11th), St. Louis (16th, 22nd) and Minnesota (23rd, 25th).
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