The Buffalo Bills could be looking to make an upward move in the NFL draft.
According to ESPN, the Bills want to trade up.
If they're able to do so, it would be to try to acquire South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson or Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins.
Per the report, which cited three league sources, the Bills are exploring the possibilities.
Out of that group, Watkins would seem to make the most sense.
The Bills can still obtain a good offensive tackle with the ninth overall pick. Acquiring Clowney would be extremely costly in terms of draft pick compensation, and the Bills already have an excellent defensive line headlined by Mario Williams.
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