The Bills don’t have a quarterback at the moment, and though they have a lot of draft picks, they don’t have one in the top 20.
That leaves them looking to the free agent market for a quarterback for now, and they have several options.
Adding Bradford would clearly seem to be step one in the process, with parlaying some of their draft capital into a rookie a logical step two.
Bradford played just two games last year because of his knee issues, so any team investing in the 30-year-old better have a solid backup plan in place.
The Bills are also expected to keep tabs on the Case Keenum situation, as they need a certain level to keep them at a playoff level.