The UFL held its draft on Wednesday, and it included a blast from the Bills' past. Melvin Fowler, who started 37 games for the Bills from 2006 to 2008, was taken 58th overall by Florida (one of the five UFL teams). It's a sad commentary on the Bills' O-line woes under former coach Dick Jauron that Fowler never played again after leaving the Bills. He was waived by Arizona last summer then spent a month during the season with Detroit but never played. Notables in the UFL draft included former NFL pass rushers Dewayne White and Chike Okeafor, taken first and sixth overall by Omaha, and former Eagles Pro Bowl tackle Shawn Andrews, the 11th pick.