2010 NFL Draft: Jimmy Clausen Meets with Buffalo Bills at NFL Combine

March 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Although it is a general consensus around the web that the Bills will select a left tackle with their No. 9 overall pick, the brass at One Bills Drive may be thinking otherwise.
Jimmy Clausen, one of the very limited quarterbacks used to a pro-style offense in this year's draft, was stated by the Buffalo Bills Vice President of College Scouting Tom Modrak, as one of the two options Buffalo was seriously looking into at QB.
Clausen, who met with both the Buffalo Bills and the Washington Redskins, is coming off a good year, statistics-wise, but there are concerns of his leadership abilities, which Jimmy shrugs off.
“Some people say I’m cocky, I’m arrogant and I’m not a good leader, I’m not a good teammate. I think the people that are out there saying those things don’t know me as a person,” said Clausen. “That’s why I was so excited to come here and talk to all the coaches and the GMs and the owners so they get a feel for me as a person.”
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