Bills not ruling out possibility of drafting QB on Saturday

Published May. 2, 2015 2:03 a.m. ET

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley isn't ruling out the team selecting a quarterback with one of its final four picks of the NFL draft.

Whaley raised that possibility after saying the expected run on quarterbacks failed to materialize during the second and third rounds of the draft Friday night. Only four quarterbacks have been selected so far.

With no pick in the fourth round on Saturday, the Bills will have to wait until the fifth to see who might still be available when they're scheduled to pick 155th overall. Buffalo closes the draft with two sixth- and a seventh-round pick.

The Bills addressed immediate needs on Friday by drafting Florida State cornerback Ronald Darby with the 50th pick, and then Louisville guard John Miller at 81.


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