The NFL draft is almost here. No, really.
EJ Manuel seems to have returned to full health, so the Buffalo Bills don't need to worry about finding their starting quarterback in this year's draft. That will allow them to focus on other areas that could use some upgrades.
The Bills don't have any glaring needs, which gives them the flexibility to go in numerous directions during the draft. However, general manager Doug Whaley still has some holes to fill if he wants to see his team break the league's longest playoff drought.
Because of all of their options, the Bills have been involved in numerous storylines heading into draft weekend. Will they trade up and look to add one of the elite prospects? Or could they trade back if moving up proves costly and none of their targets are available at No. 9?
Those are just some of the questions Whaley needs to answer to ensure he continues the draft success he had last year. Let's take a look at the rest of the questions facing the Bills as the draft (finally) approaches.