Two first-round receivers in three years? Well, it does make sense. After the 2016 season, the Bills will have only three receivers under contract: Sammy Watkins, Marcus Easley and Dezmin Lewis, and there's no guarantee the latter two will even be on the roster by then.
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Rd. 2, Pk. 19
Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama
The Bills didn't draft an inside linebacker early on because of Nigel Bradham. Unfortunately for them, Bradham will be entering free agency next March.
The Bills will see if E.J. Manuel or Tyrod Taylor is their future starter. Obviously, Matt Cassel is just a stopgap at this point of his career. Buffalo will probably be searching for a new quarterback this offseason.
Jones put on a display in 2014 after entering the starting lineup behind Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Jones has great size and a cannon for an arm. In his three starts, he completed 61 percent of his passes for 860 yards with seven touchdowns and two interceptions. Jones has a ton of upside, and it will be fun to watch him in 2015, assuming he wins the starting job over J.T. Barrett.
Pick change; previously Nate Andrews, S
Rd. 2, Pk. 15
Vadal Alexander, G, LSU
The Bills signed Richie Incognito to help fill a void at guard. Here's a long-term solution.
The 6-foot-6, 342-pound Alexander is a massive blocker who can blast open holes at the point of attack. He played well in 2014 as an impact run-blocker and reliable pass-protector. Returning for his senior year and possibly moving to right tackle was Alexander's best move. Guard is his long-term home in the NFL, but the extra time could help him to develop as a pass-blocker and impress NFL teams if he has a quality senior year at left tackle.
Alexander started out his career at right tackle in 2012. LSU wisely moved him inside to guard for 2013, where the sophomore had a big jump in his play. Alexander was a road-grading guard for the Tigers in 2013.