Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that the Bills worked out North Carolina QB Mitchell Trubisky on Sunday.
According to Garafolo, Bills owner Terry Pegula was in attendance for the session along with new HC Sean McDermott.
There has been some recent buzz that Trubisky is likely to end up being the first quarterback to be drafted this year, which means he may not even be available to the Bills by the time they’re on the clock in round one.
Jason La Canfora mentioned earlier that Trubisky will be the first quarterback off the board and he can’t see him getting past the Jets at No. 6 overall. According to La Canfora, mentions that the real intrigue will be whether a team is willing to trade up ahead of the Jets to get Trubisky with the 49ers being a team to watch in a trade-down scenario.
During his three-year college career, Trubisky has thrown for 4,762 yards while completing 67.5 percent of his passes to go along with 41 touchdowns and 10 interceptions over the course of 31 games. He’s also contributed another 439 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.
We have him being selected by the Browns in the first Round of our 2017 NFL Mock Draft.