The Buffalo Bills entered Thursday's first round of the NFL Draft with two of the first 32 picks and ended the day with just that.
After the Bills traded up for the 7th overall pick to select QB Josh Allen, they followed that pick up with another trade, moving up to 16th overall to draft OLB Tremaine Edmunds.
In addition to the 16th pick to take Edmunds, the Bills also got Baltimore's 154th overall pick. They sent the Ravens their 22nd overall pick and the 65th pick (3rd round).
Edmunds is the new breed of LB in the NFL. The #Bills desperately need a super athletic middle linebacker that can cover and this dude is a freak athlete. Explosive testing numbers are off the charts. He can even rush the passer, a terror on blitzes. McDermott knows his LBs.
— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) April 27, 2018
Edmunds comes from Virginia Tech where this season, recorded 109 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks and 3 forced fumbles.
The Bills have six more picks over the next two days. They will select 96th overall (3rd round) Friday night and will then select 121st (4th round), 154th (5th round), 166th (5th round), 186th (6th round) and 255th (7th round) on Saturday.