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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills general manager Brandon Beane told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl that he is not ready to discuss with other teams the possibility of moving up in April's draft, partly because he has yet to assign a value on the players potentially available.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills general manager Brandon Beane told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl that the Jimmy Johnson draft trade value chart is still the "baseline" in the NFL but many teams' analytics departments create their own charts, and that trades still demand on competition, demand and the situation.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills general manager Brandon Beane told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl of potentially trading up for a quarterback or any position, "That comes with a hefty price to be able to do that from 21 and 22, where we're at. We're not saying we would do that. To go up there, we'd have to really feel good about that."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills GM Brandon Beane said Tuesday at the Senior Bowl of the quarterback depth in the draft, "It looks pretty good. I've yet to get to meet any of these guys. We're just starting that process. A lot of these guys have a lot of physical tools. But there's guys every year that have physical tools that when you get down to March or April you say, ‘I don't know. I'm not sure.' So I'll have a much better idea once we get through the combine, pro days and visiting with them."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Tuesday at the Senior Bowl if the Bills got enough from their quarterbacks in 2017, GM Brandon Beane told reporters, "That's hard to say. We got to the playoffs, so it was a step in the right direction. We have to look at Tyrod, we have to look at our offense. Tyrod did a lot of good things. You have to look at what are the things he could have done better? What are the other things that happened? Was it receivers running the wrong route? Maybe we could have run a better play. There's just so many things that you could do, and I'm sure Tyrod knows there's things he could have done better. We're still early in the process. We like Tyrod a lot. He works hard and he does a lot of good things."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills general manager Brandon Beane told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl of Tyrod Taylor, "just like any player, we're basically looking at what all of our options are at every position. You look at quarterback and you evaluate it, and that's what we'll continue to do until you know you have it right."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Penn State TE Mike Gesicki (6-foot-5, 242 pounds) has the route running skill set and body control to win on middle-of-the-field throws. During one-on-one sessions today, Gesicki showed the ability to stem the defender within the route and then gain leverage at the top of route. Size and ball skills at the point of attack, too.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona State RB Kalen Ballage (6-foot-2, 222 pounds) really flashed some lateral speed today for a big back with downhill ability. Ballage can skate to open running lanes and also showed his versatility as a receiver in one-on-ones versus linebackers in coverage. He set up the defender well and created separation on underneath throws.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jerry Jones confirmed to reporters at the Senior Bowl that Kellen Moore will be the Cowboys quarterbacks coach. He replaces Wade Wilson. Moore spent most of last season on the Cowboys' practice squad. His connection to offensive coordinator Scott Linehan dates back to their time in Detroit.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

North team finishing up practice at the Senior Bowl. South team went earlier today. One coach working with these guys told me: "You can tell real quick who is going to make it in this league. You can tell this week."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans GM Jon Robinson described his relationship with HC Mike Vrabel as "very inclusive." A lot of focus over the last few days about aligned philosophy, strengthening their relationship and finding the right coaches that fit that.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans HC Mike Vrabel and GM Jon Robinson here at the Senior Bowl juggling interviews with new staff candidates and taking a look at Senior Bowl prospects. "It hasn't slowed down yet. It's been quite an experience." - Vrabel

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Just like Bruce Arians had his three pillars of coaching (Trust, Loyalty and Respect), new Cardinals coach Steve Wilks has his own three: Trust, Commitment, and Accountability. Those last two might be a bit long to fit on the back of a t-shirt, however.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers expected to have full showing of nine players at the Pro Bowl. Several made the trek to Orlando on Tuesday afternoon.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl, "I thought the quarterback position, in particular Tyrod [Taylor] and then Nate [Peterman] did some good things. I've mentioned before, the work ethic and the intangibles that Tyrod brings to the table are very much appreciated and a big part of how we did things this year and what we were able to do. I thought he did some good things and overall, we'll continue to evaluate where we are what's right for this organization moving forward."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Tuesday at the Senior Bowl what led to firing of offensive coordinator Rick Dennison, Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters, "I'm not really gonna get into that end of it. We've got to score points. I think that's stating the obvious, really. Rick Dennison is a good football coach and a good person."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl of new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, "I've known Brian for a number of years. He's been around winning, both at the NFL level and at the college level. When you look at his history, he's known as a quality teacher, a bright offensive mind. When you look at what he's done over the years at a host of different positions -- he's been a coordinator before. He really embraces that growth mindset we're looking for." McDermott compared his own relationship with mentor Andy Reid to that of Daboll and his mentor, Bill Belichick.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott did not have an update Tuesday at the Senior Bowl on DT Kyle Williams, who is a pending free agent and is contemplating his playing future. "Like the other decisions will come at some point down the road here as [GM] Brandon [Beane] and I continue to evaluate our situation," McDermott told reporters.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters Tuesday at the Senior Bowl that he will have final say over offensive staff changes potentially made by new coordinator Brian Daboll. "Just being in that seat before from a defensive standpoint, there is a part of it where you'd like to have some feel for the guys," McDermott said. "I think the good part about Brian is that he's been around the NFL, so he knows some of our staff already on the offensive side of the ball. So we're going to continue to evaluate that."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Tuesday at the Senior Bowl if he anticipates making further changes to his staff, Bills coach Sean McDermott told reporters, "At this point, it's really still early. We'll see going forward. We're still going through our evaluations, [GM] Brandon [Beane] and myself." McDermott's lone move so far this offseason was to replace offensive coordinator Rick Dennison with Brian Daboll.