"He's a good player, but we had no interest in taking Tebow," Wilson said Friday, according to The Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, N.Y. "We were not moving up to take Tebow."
The Bills expect Spiller to make an immediate impact in a new attack being devised by first-year coach Chan Gailey, who doubles as the offensive coordinator. Gailey foresees lining up Spiller in a variety of positions, including receiver, to keep opposing defenses guessing.
"We hope to create doubt and indecision in the defense's mind," Gailey said Friday, according to The Associated Press. "And if we can do that, and he gets the ball in his hands, good things will happen."
Gailey described Spiller as a "big piece of the puzzle," a suggestion that Lynch and fellow running back Fred Jackson -- who split the starting duties last season -- will see less playing time.
"I don't worry about people's feelings. I worry about scoring points," Gailey said. "We're going to do what's best to score points and win football games."
Buffalo ranked 28th in points scored and 30th in yards gained last season.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.