- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Buffalo Bills visited with three additional NFL draft prospects on Friday. According to the team website, Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones and Connecticut tight end Ryan Griffin at the team headquarters.
Jarvis Jones is the only first-round prospect of the group. Buffalo will use a lot more 3-4 looks under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. The only issue for Jarvis Jones is that he has some neck concerns. For more, check out the Jarvis draft video above.
Landry Jones is in an intriguing prospect for Buffalo. The Bills had a private workout with Landry last week, and Buffalo continues to show genuine interest with another visit. Jones put up solid career numbers at Oklahoma and is considered a second- or third-round prospect.
The Bills are looking at tight ends in the draft after starter Scott Chandler suffered a season-ending knee injury late last season. That explains the Griffin visit.