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Report: Bills will look to move into top-five of the draft in next few weeks

The Bills moved up to the 12th overall pick on Monday

March 13, 2018 - 4:20 pm

Joe DiBiase reporting

After moving up to the 12th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft on Monday, many expect the Buffalo Bills to move up again for a quarterback. With that, the news that Charles Robinson reported on Tuesday should come as no surprise. 

This report gives us a timeline of when we could be expecting a trade. Free agency officially opens on Wednesday at 4 p.m., so a week from that is Wednesday, March 21st. The NFL Owners Meetings begin on March 25th and go through the 28th.

The report is also another indication that the Bills have done all these moves gaining draft capital to ultimately move up for a top-tier quarterback. Some reports have linked the Bills to UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, some have linked the team to USC quarterback Sam Darnold, and some to Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen. At this point, your guess is probably as good as anyone's on who they're targeting. Everyone should be able to agree that they're trying to get one of these top quarterbacks. 

The NFL Draft begins on April 26th in Arlington, Texas. Keep it locked to WGR and for the latest developments of this story.

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