Buffalo Bills Player Says He Will Be at Bar-Bill Tavern Tonight
We're only a few hours away from the start of the 2023 NFL Draft and it's been an overload of who the Buffalo Bills will select with the 27th overall pick tonight.
There's a real possibility that the Bills will decide to trade out of the first round, which would allow them to collect more draft capital and select a player who they think has the right value in round two. That wouldn't be very fun for Bills fans staying up late to watch the draft unfold.
The Bills could draft a wide receiver, such as USC's Jordan Addison, Boston College's Zay Flowers or TCU's Quentin Johnston. Ohio State's Jaxon Smith-Njigba is likely gone by the time the Bills are on the clock.
Buffalo did sign two free agent wide receivers, filling the spots vacated by Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder.
One of the is former New Orleans Saints wide receiver, Deonte Harty, who will be asked to be a slot presence and maybe return kickoffs as well.
Harty has made himself accustomed to Buffalo food culture. He made even more fans by tweeting he would be at Bar-Bill Tavern tonight for the draft.
Bar-Bill is a bit of a drive but it's a place locals go for wings; as well as well-informed visitors to Western New York.
Bar-Bill should be packed with Bills fans watching the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft unfold, and you'll find Harty there watching too. Problem is, we just don't know which location?
East Aurora (the original) or Clarence.