19. Buffalo Bills- Leonard Floyd, Edge, Georgia
The relationship between Rex Ryan and Mario Williams appears to be beyond repair. It’s highly likely that the Buffalo Bills cut ties with their high-priced pass rusher. This course of action might be the best for both parties but it does open a hole on the defensive line.
Buffalo would need to look at the available pass-rushers in the draft and see if anyone was a fit. Georgia’s Leonard Floyd is a potential fit as a speed player who is still developing.
Floyd features the length and explosiveness evaluators look for in an edge rusher. He had a productive college career that seen him moved all over the field. This is part of the reason why he still needs work as a pass-rusher. Floyd obviously has the talent but needs to fine tune his technique.
Oklahoma State’s Emmanuel Ogbah also makes sense if he’s still on the board.
The Bills are also facing some questions along the offensive line. Both Cordy Glenn and Richie Incognito are pending free agents. Losing either of these players would create a massive hole. Incognito seems like the most likely of the two to return.
Michigan State’s Jack Conklin and Auburn’s Shon Coleman would be two of the top candidates to replace Glenn.
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