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Audio: Interview with CJ Spiller

The News' Tim Graham and Jay Skurski caught up with Bills running back CJ Spiller on Day Two of the NFL Draft. Listen to what Spiller had to say about his role on the team, as well as his feelings on the Bills' first round draft pick Stephon Gilmore:

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Audio: South Carolina Defensive Coordinator on Stephon Gilmore

South Carolina Defensive Coordinator talks about Bills' first round pick cornerback Stephon Gilmore:

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Video: Sully, Gaughan discuss Bills' Day Two picks

News Staff Reporter Mark Gaughan and Senior Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan break down the Bills' draft so far following Friday night's second and third rounds:


Video: Nix, Gailey discuss Glenn, Graham picks

Buffalo Bills GM Buddy Nix and Head Coach Chan Gailey talked Friday night about the pick of Cordy Glenn and T.J. Graham.



Bills trade up to get WR Graham in third round

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The Bills made a trade, moving up two spots and switching positions with the Washington Redskins, to get into position to draft wide receiver T.J. Graham from North Carolina State in the third round.

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Video: Bills scout talks about Glenn pick

Buffalo Bills scout Darrell Moody talked from One Bills Drive on Friday night about the team's pick of Cordy Glenn.


Audio: Cordy Glenn talks about coming to Buffalo

The Bills used their second-round pick to get Cordy Glenn, who spoke with reporters Friday night.

Glenn spoke about his reaction to being picked by Buffalo:

The offensive tackle from Georgia explained why he likes the Bills:


Bills grab OT Cordy Glenn in second round

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With the Bills' first pick of the second round, No. 41 overall, the team took offensive tackle Cordy Glenn of Georgia.

Talk about the pick -- and what the team still needs to do as Day Two of the NFL Draft continues -- at Mark Gaughan, Jerry Sullivan and Bob DiCesare will give their take from One Bills Drive on a webcast hosted by Tim Graham and Jay Skurski; Mike Harrington and Bucky Gleason are talking about the pick on a live chat throughout the night. Stay with The News' sports team throughout the NFL Draft.

Here's Gaughan's breakdown of Glenn:


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Bills prospects at No. 41 (OT, WR?)

Here's a look at some of the top prospects still on the NFL Draft board at positions of interest for the Buffalo Bills. Offensive tackle or wide receiver figure to be two prime options for the Bills.

LEFT TACKLE: *Cordy Glenn (Georgia), Jonathan Martin (Stanford), **Mike Adams (Ohio State).

RECEIVER: *Stephen Hill (Georgia Tech), Rueben Randle (LSU), Brian Quick (Appalachian State), Alshon Jeffrey (South Carolina).

PASS RUSHER: Vinny Curry (Marhsall), Andre Branch (Clemson).

LINEBACKER: Lavonte David (Nebraska), Bobby Wagner (Utah State).

*-Glenn and Hill are the most likely to be taken before No. 41.

**-Adams tested positive for marijuana use at the NFL Scouting Combine and had off-field issues even before that. He's a prime talent, but we suspect the Bills will shy away from him.

It looks like there are three possible spots in the first eight picks where a tackle could go. St. Louis, which has picks 33 and 39, is possible. But the Rams arguably need a receiver and a cornerback more than they need a tackle. Baltimore is possible at No. 35. But the Ravens could use a receiver, a center (Peter Konz) or a linebacker (Courtney Upshaw), too.

Here's a forecast for the first eight:

33. ST. LOUIS - Glenn or Hill. 34. INDIANAPOLIS - TE Coby Fleener or DL or LB.

35. BALTIMORE - Upshaw, Konz, WR or OT. 36. DENVER - DT, CB, RB, TE, QB.

37. CLEVELAND - WR is top priority. OL an outside shot. 38. JACKSONVILLE - pass rusher.

39. ST.LOUIS - WR, CB, OL. 40. CAROLINA - DT is most likely.

In summary, there's a good chance Martin will be available. He would fill the biggest need. ... I believe somebody would take Glenn before 41. Randle is big and fast. Appalachian State's Quick is big and has decent speed. Some draftniks think No. 41 might be a little high for him. But he would be a good pick. I don't see Jeffrey as having enough speed for the Bills' tastes, but he's good. Pass rusher isn't a need, but if Curry were at 41 he'd be very tempting. Other tackle candidates? Auburn's Bobby Massie is good, but he's a right tackle. Troy's James Brown is a left-tackle candidate but he might be available in the third round. Illinois' Jeff Allen is a left tackle candidate but there will be higher-rated players on the board.

---Mark Gaughan


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