ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills are approaching the 2018 NFL Draft and although their board is not completely set, they've met with each of the top college quarterbacks and General Manager Brandon Beane said they have a good impression for each.
Beane acknowledged the months of fan and media speculation about Buffalo acquiring picks to make moves up the draft board, but reminded everyone that you have to have a willing trading partner to do so.
The current squad hit the practice field earlier in the day, including a recent signee in quarterback AJ McCarron, as well as Zay Jones and Kelvin Benjamin, each working their way back from off-season surgeries.
Richie Incognito is on the Reserve/Retired list, according to the management tandem, and is not on the 90-man roster. Beane said the veteran guard, who abruptly retired last week, then appeared to waver, would have to request through the commissioner to become reinstated. Beane then moved on to other questions.