The NFL Combine began in Indianapolis Saturday, Feb. 23, and the Buffalo Bills organization is expected to be shopping for an offensive guard. NFL Network will have live coverage of the NFL Combine from Feb. 23 through Feb. 26.
Speculation is that the Buffalo Bills will lose current offensive guard Andy Levitre to free agency due to the salary cap. One of the two top offensive guard prospects the Buffalo Bills may focus on at the NFL Combine is Larry Warford, University of Kentucky.
Larry Warford is not as athletic as Levitre, but if necessary Warford would be a decent replacement for the Buffalo Bills because he can step in on day one as a starter in the offensive guard position.
At the NFL Combine Saturday Larry Warford ran an average of 5.6 seconds in his two 40-yard dash attempts.
Larry Warford might go late in round one of the NFL Draft, or even possibly early in the second round, making him an available option as an offensive guard pick for the Buffalo Bills.