The New England Patriots appear to be the likely landing spot for former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be entertaining his options.
According to Ian Rapoport on Up To The Minute Live, Rudolph will meet with the Buffalo Bills over the weekend.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 6, 2018
Rapoport details why the Patriots are still his most likely landing spot, and how the moves they’re making could indicate Rudolph is their target.
The Bills traded their starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor, to the Cleveland Browns. This maneuver could explain the Patriots trading up to ensure that they snag Rudolph. New England is one of the most complete franchises in the NFL, but it will eventually need a replacement for the aging Tom Brady.