OBSERVER Staff Report
The Buffalo Bills completed their 2013 NFL Draft Saturday after selecting a pair of safeties, a kicker and a tight end.
The Bills selected Nevada safety Michael "Duke" Williams (fourth round, 105th overall), and Clemson safety Jonathan Meeks (fifth round, 143rd overall) with their first two picks of the day.
In the sixth round, Buffalo took place kicker Dustin Hopkins out of Florida State with the 177th overall pick, before rounding out its day by taking Arkansas tight end Chris Gragg with the 222nd overall pick. The seventh round pick came from St. Louis in the deal that saw the Bills and Rams swap first-round picks, with the Bills also getting the Rams' second-round choice. The teams also swapped third-round choices.
Buffalo ended up taking five offensive and three defensive players over the course of the three-day draft.