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Audio: Bills select K John Potter with 251st pick

With the 251st pick, the Buffalo Bills selected kicker John Potter from Western Michigan.

Listen to Potter's interview with the Buffalo media:

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Audio: Bills select C Mark Asper with 178th pick

With the 178th pick, the Bills select offensive lineman Mark Asper from Oregon.

Listen to a teleconference with Asper following his selection:

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Late Round Pro Bowl

So you don't think you can find a star in the late rounds? Well, he's a positional list of player who were drafted in the fourth round or later (or not at all) in the last 15 years and made at least one Pro Bowl. It's not a complete list. I went with multiple Pro Bowlers in cases where there were too many candidates. One thing that became clear was that you're not likely to get a Pro Bowl quarterback in the later rounds. Maybe that's why the Bills haven't jumped at any of the possible QBs. Evidently, they're not taking a guy unless they believe he can be a franchise guy. You tend to get those quarterbacks high in the draft.

Players are listed by position and team with the round drafted and the year. A "U" means they were undrafted. If I missed anyone, feel free to let me know. --- Jerry Sullivan


Quarterback: Tom Brady, NE (6, 2000); Jake Delhomme (U, 1997). Running back: Arian Foster (U, 2009), Michael Turner, SD (5, 2004); Willie Parker (U, 2004). Wide Receiver: Donald Driver (7, 1999), Wes Welker (U, 2004); Brandon Marshall, DEN (4, 2006); Miles Austin (U, 2006).

Tackle: David Diehl, NYG (5, 2003); Jason Peters (U, 2004); Jahri Evans, NO (4, 2006) Guard: Brian Waters (U, 2000); Kris Dielman (U, 2003). Center: Dan Koppen, NE (5, 2003); Shaun O'Hara (U,2000); Jeff Saturday (U, 1998). Tight End: Antonio Gates, SD (U-2003); Owen Daniels,HOU (4, 2006)

Fullback: Vonta Leach (U, 2004); Le'Ron McClain, BAL (4, 2007) Placekicker: Nick Folk, DAL (6, 2007).


Tackle: Kyle Williams, BUF (5, 2006); Jay Ratliff, DAL (7, 2005); Trent Cole, PHI (5, 2005); PatWilliams (U, 1997). End: Jared Allen, KC (4, 2004); Aaron Kampman, GB (5, 2002); Elvis Dumervil, DEN (4, 2006); Robert Mathis, IND (5, 2003).

Linebacker: James Harrison (U, 2002); Bart Scott (U, 2002); London Fletcher (U, 1998) Cornerback: Asante Samuel, NE (4, 2003); Courtland Finnegan, TEN (7, 2006); Al Harris, TB (6, 1997) Safety; Antoine Bethea, IND (6, 2006); Ryan Clark (U, 2002).

Punter: Shane Lechler, OAK (5, 2000); Brian Moorman (U, 1999)


Audio and video: Bills select LB Tank Carder with 147th pick

The Buffalo Bills selected linebacker Tank Carder from TCU with the 147th overall pick in the draft. 

Buffalo Bills scout Shawn Heinlen talks about Tank Carder:

Listen to the teleconference the Buffalo media had with Carder following his selection:

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Audio & video: Bills select Zebrie Sanders with 144th pick

With their first fifth round pick, the Bills selected offensive tackle Zebrie Sanders from Florida State University. Sanders is from Dayton, Ohio.

Here's video from an interview with Bills National Scout Darrell Moody:

Here is audio from a teleconference with Sanders:

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Video: Bills scout Shawn Heinlen talks about drafting Ron Brooks

Audio: Ron Brooks talks with media after being selected by Buffalo

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Video: Bills Southern scout Darrell Moody, talks about drafting Bradham

Audio: Nigel Bradham talks about being selected by Buffalo

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Bradham, Road to Draft

Here's a revisit of our Road to the Draft item on Bradham from a month ago.

Nigel Bradham, OLB, Florida State
6-foot-2, 241 pounds
Draft projection: Third round

Lowdown: Bradham was a three-year starter and led the Seminoles in tackles all three years. He was a team captain. He has long arms and shows the toughness to be a capable strong-side linebacker in the 4-3 defense. He did well at the Senior Bowl and at the NFL Scouting Combine, posting good marks in the 40-yard dash (4.64 seconds) and the vertical jump (37 inches). He played mostly weak-side backer for the Seminoles but saw time inside, too. How fluid he is in space and how well he’d hold up in coverage in the NFL is a bit of a question. But he’s durable and fearless, and he can shed blocks and make tackles. The Florida State defense was ranked fourth in the country, second against the run.

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