(WGR 550) -- When the Buffalo Bills released quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick on Tuesday, they signaled that in one way or another, a quarterback will be added to the roster.
One of those options could be early on in the 2013 NFL Draft, which is why the Bills are looking at what many consider to be the top quarterback available in April's annual amateur selection process.
After completing 60-of-64 passes at the West Virginia pro day, Geno Smith said that he would be making an official visit to the Bills on March 22. Every NFL team is allowed 30 visits from prospects available in the draft leading up to the annual event.
The Bills were in attendance at Smith's workout, which went as many pro day's do for most quarterbacks: a scripted program with no defensive pressure, resulting in a high completion percentage.
Smith has been linked to the Bills in many mock drafts, however, this is the first time since the 2013 NFL Combine that Buffalo has been substantially linked to the West Virginia quarterback.
The other 29 visits the Bills will be allowed have yet to be revealed.