What if the Bills don’t trade up for a quarterback

It is widely believed the Buffalo Bills intend to move up in the draft to select a franchise quarterback. Rex Ryan has predicted it, and you can even use our simulator to formulate your own trade.

‘Most electrifying player in the draft’: Mark Gaughan profiles Lamar Jackson in the latest installment of the News’ Path to the Passer series exploring potential quarterback options for the Bills.

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Willson, who spent the last five seasons with the Seattle Seahawks and won a Super Bowl title with the team, made a free-agent visit to the Lions last week.

He caught just 15 passes in 16 games last season, but immediate becomes the most experienced tight end on the Lions’ roster.

The motion I have is what got me to this point, and I really haven’t gotten into trouble with it, he said, per Goodbread. It doesn’t change how fast I get the ball out. If I need to shorten up and get the ball in right now, I’m able to shorten my release and get it to them, he said. But if I need to throw it downfield, I’ve had a tendency of really cocking back and trying to let it go, where I just have to get my hip through more. That’s something I’ve been working on, but I don’t think it’s changing. My throwing motion is fine.jets_057