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There is plenty to talk about including Talbot’s latest mock draft

While free agency may have slowed down a bit for the Buffalo Bills this week, there is still plenty to discuss in this week’s episode of Breaking Buffalo Rumblings.

Ryan Talbot of NYUP.com took some time to join the show this week to discuss his latest mock draft, the re-signing of wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie, and the team’s trade for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Ryan also shared his thoughts on Notre Dame prospects Chase Claypool and Troy Pride Jr., and how both could be a good fit in Buffalo.

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