The NFL trade deadline is exactly one week away.
Some teams around the league are wheeling and dealing, but the Buffalo Bills have been silent to this point when it comes to adding talent. Is that going to change between now and next Tuesday? According to ESPN’s Dan Graziano, the Bills are doing their due diligence on available wide receivers leading up to the trade deadline. Graziano wrote on Twitter that Buffalo was on the hunt for a wide receiver.
When someone asked Graziano to clarify his comment, the ESPN reporter said, “My understanding is that they are looking.”
Options for the Bills are already flying off the trade block. The New England Patriots sent a 2020 second round pick to the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday morning while the San Francisco 49ers sent a third-round pick and a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to the Denver Broncos in exchange for Emmanuel Sanders and a fifth round pick in next year’s draft.