Report: Bills will explore trades to move into top 5 of draft
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The Buffalo Bills will explore trade scenarios that would give them a top-five pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, a league source told Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson.

The Bills are expected to start working on such deals after the first week of free agency, added Robinson.

They'd likely be making the blockbuster move in order to draft a quarterback following the reported trade of 2017 starter Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns, though nothing has been confirmed. The 2018 quarterback class boasts the likes of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, and Josh Allen.

The Bills helped set up their potential leap into the top five by reportedly agreeing to trade left tackle Cordy Glenn to the Cincinnati Bengals for an exchange of first-round picks (Bills move to 12th, Bengals to 21st).

Report: Bills will explore trades to move into top 5 of draft
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