Tyrod Taylor may be the Buffalo Bills’ starter, but that won’t stop the team from shopping for depth or a future replacement during this year’s draft.
After making it clear Wednesday the team is ready to move forward this season with Taylor under center, General Manager Doug Whaley certainly made it sound like there’d be another young body joining training camp this summer.
Now, Whaley could mean that draft selection comes in 2017 and not this season. But the Bills, at the very least, would be remiss to pass on a promising prospect next week one falls to one of their eight picks.Whaley: "There's a very, very good chance we'll be drafting a quarterback. When that will be, I don't know." pic.twitter.com/Wk4jbbalVL— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) April 20, 2016