I posted my link of the day coming from nationalfootballpost.com in which Aaron Wilson details that QB Jimmy Clausen is being strongly debated within the Buffalo Bills organization. Should Clausen be available for the Bills with the ninth overall pick in next week’s NFL Draft, will GM Buddy Nix pull the trigger and bring Clausen to One Bills Drive? Stay tuned.
This time, my link of the day (part 2) is brought to you once again by our friends at the NFP and Matt Bowen. Bowen believes that it’s time for the Bills to wash their hands of RB Marshawn Lynch and trade him. He suggests that the front office and new coaching regime have grown increasingly tired of Lynch.
Bowen’s piece allows readers four separate links to articles on Lynch, which are highlighted in blue throughout the piece. The separate links detail stories regarding Lynch, from rumors back in February regarding the Bills trading Lynch to the San Diego Chargers to his no-show at the Bills’ OTAs (organized team activities) last month.
I wrote last week that Lynch would be a hot trade topic leading up to the draft, and it has become more and more likely over the past week that the Bills and Lynch will be moving on without one another in 2010. Like the Jimmy Clausen topic, fans should continue to stay tuned when it comes to Lynch and the possibility of the Bills trading him because with each passing day, it’s becoming eminent that Lynch won’t have a locker in Buffalo much longer.