BBD Editor: Dan Hope
The past week was another busy one here at Buffalo Bills Draft, highlighted by another week of 2014 NFL draft prospect breakdowns as BBD continues to preview many of the draft class’ top prospects in advance of the 2013 college football and NFL seasons.
2014 NFL Draft Prospect Breakdowns
- BYU outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy is one of the top players in the 2014 NFL draft class, and could be the ideal first-round pick for the Buffalo Bills.
- Staff writer Glenn Gifford wrote about a potential second-round Bills outside linebacker selection, Stanford’s Trent Murphy.
- Another pass-rusher/outside linebacker breakdown came from staff writer Joe Marino’s prospect overview on Texas’ Jackson Jeffcoat.
- Marino also broke down one of the draft class’ top receiving prospects, Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews.
- Staff writer Joseph Curtis took a closer look at Washington quarterback Keith Price, who is looking to bounce back from a disappointing junior season and rebuild his draft stock.
- Who has been the Bills’ best draft pick of the 21st century thus far? Let us know who you think was best!
- The Buffalo Bills signed interior offensive lineman Doug Legursky on Wednesday. Is he the answer for the Bills’ hole at left guard?
- Find out the Bills’ schedule for their 2013 training camp, which was announced Tuesday and will be held at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y. for the 14th consecutive season.
- ESPN.com’s James Walker wrote a well-written story about bout the inspiration Bills rookie wide receiver Marquise Goodwin gets from his sister, Deja, who has cerebral palsy.
- Cian Fahey of Pre Snap Reads broke down every play of Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore’s rookie season, and concluded he had one of the NFL’s best success rate among cornerbacks last season.
Around the AFC East
- Staff writer Eric Samulski chose offensive and defensive breakout players for all four AFC East teams.