Report: AFC team to visit Deshaun Watson at Clemson

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The Buffalo Bills will visit former Clemson standout Deshaun Watson at Clemson on Friday according to a report by ESPN's Josina Anderson. NFL teams are not allowed to let prospects visit their team facilities after Wednesday, therefore, the team is coming to Watson.

The Bills have the No. 10 overall pick in the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft on April 27-29 in Philadelphia and have an interest in drafting a quarterback considering their signal-callers on their roster include Tyrod Taylor, Cardale Jones, Josh Woodrum, and T.J. Yates.

Watson has reportedly visited the Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and others recently.

In 2016, Watson completed 388 passes out of 579 attempts for 4593 yards and 41 passing touchdowns with 17 interceptions (and his degree) for an adjusted QBR of 84.9. For his career, he passed for 9,201 yards with 83 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. On the ground, Watson had 1,744 yards and 21 touchdowns during his time at Clemson.

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