By Nick Ziegler
With NFL Free Agency almost underway, the New England Patriots have seen one of their division rivals continue to make moves to help secure assets in the 2018 NFL Draft.
So far, things have been quiet for the New England Patriots in free agency. With their starting left tackle Nate Solder being a free agent, the Patriots have prioritized signing him to protect the blindside of Brady.
The market for Solder has certainly been better than most expected, as he has reportedly multiple teams that are interested in his services. While the Patriots wait to see if they can bring back Solder, the Buffalo Bills were active on the trade front.
On Tuesday, the Bills completed a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals to send their left tackle Cordy Glenn to Cincinnati. In the deal, the Bills and the Bengals swapped first-round picks, giving the Bills the 12th overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft now.
While that will likely be too low for them to draft the franchise quarterback they desire, the Bills do have two picks in the first round now, which makes the possibility of moving up very...