ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Speculate all you want, Bills general manager Brandon Beane insisted it's premature to suggest he's trading up to select a quarterback in the first round of next month's draft.
"I know everyone assumes that we're going higher than 12," Beane said Friday, referring to Buffalo opening the draft with the No. 12 selection he acquired this week in a trade with Cincinnati. "I don't know what we're doing. I honestly don't. We'll see."
Beane spoke during a news conference to outline the series of trades and signings the Bills completed over the past week.