As NFL teams put the finishing touches on their draft boards, the Buffalo Bills will be making a trip to gather some last-minute intel on one of the top quarterbacks available.
Wednesday was the final day that prospects could make official visits to team facilities.
Buffalo, which holds the No. 10 overall pick, is known to have worked most of the top QBs in this year draft (April 27-29 in Philadelphia), including Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer, North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky and Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes.
Is the interest legitimate?
We won't know the answer until April 27, the night of Round 1, but with owner Terry Pegula making the trips to see Trubisky, Mahomes and Kizer, the club is going to great lengths to either create a smokescreen, or potentially find its QB of the future.