The Buffalo Bills are shipping Tyrod Taylor to Cleveland in exchange for the 65th pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, according to several reports.

NFL Insider Ian Rapoport and ESPN are among those quoting sources saying the Bills will acquire what would be the first pick of the third round, giving them five draft selections in the first 65 picks.

It's believed by many that Taylor's time in Buffalo was up, and rather than just cutting him the Bills were able to collect another pick.

As of Saturday morning, Taylor was still on Buffalo's roster at the Bills' official team site.

Buffalo still has Nathan Peterman. They could also target a QB in the draft or look for a veteran in free agency.

This deal was one of several involving the Browns reported onFriday. Cleveland also acquired WR Jarvis Landry from Miami and made a move to upgrade at several positions in a deal with that Packers that resulted in DeShone Kizer's departure to Green Bay after spending just his rookie season as a Brown.