As Bills begin offseason workouts, Brandon Beane looks ahead to the draft


For the first time in the new NFL league year, the Buffalo Bills gathered as a team in Orchard Park, and began their voluntary offseason workout program on Monday.

But all eyes are still on the future, namely ten days from now, when many assume the Bills will select a quarterback in the first round of the NFL draft, perhaps even trading up to do so.

But general manager Brandon Beane said on Monday, don't be so sure of it, and even if the Bills don't land a franchise QB, he could still consider the upcoming draft a success.

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