Gotta be CB, Safety, or WR in the first round. They have to go into it knowing who they like, and in the case that their guy(s) don't fall to them, which teams might be willing to trade up.
Those who say "no" to a CB in Round 1: Who do you expect to start? Darby and.... Seymour? Seymour showed some promise in his rookie year, and I'm sure the coaching staff has been evaluating his potential for this year and for down the road. But CB and S both need to be addressed, and CB I think will be tough to address responsibly in free agency.
I don't understand going that high for a TE. Is there a prospect out there that teams covet?
And didn't the team try to solve the TE issue by signing Charles Clay to big money?
Definitely looking at OJ Howard from Alabama. But I agree that TE can be addressed later on in the draft (a la Chris Gragg, or Nick O'Leary a couple years ago). Regarding Clay - I think folks are still clamoring for a second TE.
Speaking of Gragg, I wonder what his deal is? Recall that DeAngelo Hall blew up his ACL during the preseason this past August. I liked Gragg, and I thought that injury stung a bit. I wonder if he'd be back to 100% for training camp, or if anyone (Bills or otherwise) will give him a contract.