Here are the five biggest takeaways from Monday’s press conference a week and a half before the draft.
Whaley admits that projecting accurately what will be there for the Bills to choose from when they’re on the clock at 50 is more challenging this year.
Youth leagues, middle schools and high schools are eligible for more than $1 million in equipment grants.
His father, Britt Hager, is an iconic figure in University of Texas football history as he still holds both the single season (199) and all-time (499) school record for tackles.
Just six years ago, Rebrovich was the defensive coordinator at his alma mater, Cortland State, located in central New York.
Bills observers dish on the offseason so far and offer their predictions for the NFL Draft.
Bell, like many athletic tight ends before him, is relatively new to the position as a converted quarterback.
As much as Hughes' life, both professionally and personally, has changed this offseason, his relentless pursuit of excellence remains intact.
The Bills general manager talks about keeping all options open about making any trades of draft picks.
The Bills general manager talks about filling out the roster before the draft to help fill depth issues.
Bills GM Doug Whaley, Dir. of Player Personnel Jim Monos, and the team's Dir. of College Scouting Kelvin Fisher discussed the plan for the 2015 NFL Draft and the possible targeted position groups.
The Bills general manager talks about drafting a quarterback in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The Bills general manager talks about the possibilities of trading up in the 2015 NFL Draft.