Von Miller Teases a “Big Time” Move Coming From the Buffalo Bills
The first round of the 2023 NFL Draft is one week from tonight. The Buffalo Bills hold the 27th overall pick and there is still no indication of what the Bills will ultimately do with that pick.
It could be stay put, trade up or trade down. Offense or defense?
The Bills have nearly 70 players on their roster, with draft picks and undrafted free agents expected to fill out their roster to the 90-player limit by early May.
However, the Bills could still add a player in a trade, which many fans have been speculating they might do for the past several weeks; particularly with Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
Hopkins does not have a no-trade clause anymore in his contract, due to his suspension last season for substance abuse, and Arizona has a new coaching staff and GM, so they prefer to move on, which Hopkins does too.
The Bills, Chiefs, Ravens and Patriots have all been reported on to be at least interested.
Bills star edge rusher Von Miller said earlier this week that Hopkins wants to come to the Bills, since he has talked with him in workouts this off-season down in Dallas.
Miller made even more news on Wednesday afternoon.
The future hall of famer was a guest on the Pat McAfee Show and revealed that the Bills could be making another "big-time" move.
"Word on the street is that we might be getting another big-time weapon. We missed out on OBJ, there's another big weapon, if you get him..." said Miller.
There's no doubt Miller is referencing Hopkins.
Hopkins will be traded from Arizona. The Cardinals might as well wait until day one or two from the draft to trade Hopkins, in case someone meets or comes close to their compensation demands.