Buffalo draftees will jockey positions

Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills keep drafting tweeners who don't have a set position.

Among thir six picks so far, they have a center they're going to move to guard (Louisville's Eric Wood), a cornerback they're probably going to move to safety (Oregon's Jairus Byrd), a guard who might play some tackle (Oregon State's Andy Levitre) and a hybrid safety they've slotted at linebacker (Oklahoma's Nic Harris).

We're in the fifth round, and the Bills still haven't selected a tackle. They traded two-time Pro Bowler Jason Peters to the Philadelphia Eagles nine days ago.