The Buffalo Bills own the Nos. 12 and 22 picks in the first round of the upcoming NFL draft, in addition to a number of picks in the later rounds, but they are reportedly not looking to move into the No. 2 selection.
"From what I understand, it's not going to be one of those things where they just sell out and (trade) all the way to No. 2 with the Giants," Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said while appearing on Good Morning Football, via Chris Wesseling of NFL.com. "I would be at this moment surprised if that happens."
Rapoport noted it is more likely Buffalo will move into the Nos. 5 or 6 selections with a trade if there is a quarterback of interest available.
Despite making the playoffs last season, the Bills were a mere 29th in the league in total offensive yards and already underwent a facelift at the quarterback position this offseason. They traded quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns and signed AJ McCarron to take his spot under center.
However, the former Cincinnati Bengals signal-caller has limited NFL experience playing behind Andy Dalton for much of his career. If there is a quarterback Buffalo likes, it could make a move come Thursday's first round.
Bleacher Report's Matt Miller projected the Bills to trade into the No. 6 spot in his most recent mock draft. He had the Bills picking UCLA's Josh Rosen after Sam Darnold (No. 1), Josh Allen (No. 3) and Baker Mayfield (No. 5) were already off the board and wrote "the Buffalo Bills can't sit at pick Nos. 12 and 22 and hope a quarterback falls."
Even if they don't trade for the Giants' No. 2 pick, Buffalo may have the chance to trade elsewhere with four quarterbacks potentially going in the top 10.