The Buffalo Bills could use a left tackle, and are looking at Southern California's Matt Kalil, says Charley Casserly of CBS Sports.
There is only one problem. The Bills pick 10th, and Kalil will undoubtedly be gone in the first five or six picks of the draft, quite possibly third overall to the Minnesota Vikings.
In order for the Bills to get up to No. 3, Casserly says they are willing to offer a second-round pick. The question is, of course, whether or not that is enough to move seven spots tomorrow in the draft get position themselves for Kalil.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com
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