The Buffalo Bills have been a busy bunch with all the pre-draft meetings and dinners, and you can add another one to the list -- and a high profile one at that.
According to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, the Bills flew down to Memphis to have dinner with quarterback prospect Paxton Lynch. Lynch is one of the three quarterbacks projected to be selected in the first round, along with North Dakota State's Carson Wentz, and Cal's Jared Goff.
Representing the Bills, according to the report, was Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman -- although Lynch has not been reported to have a pre-draft visit lined up in Orchard Park. While the Bills have been linked to quarterbacks all through the draft process, this is the first time they've had reported interest in one that is projected as a first-round pick.
For my full thoughts on how Lynch fits the Bills, and if they'd actually do it, click here.