Stratford's Marcus Easley went to the Buffalo Bills in the fourth round of the NFL Draft, No. 107 overall. If the Bills find a quarterback, it could be a great fit. Here's a little of what Easley had to say on Saturday afternoon during his call with the Connecticut media:Easley said he had an informal interview with the Bills at the NFL Combine in February, and was told the team was interested. "That was pretty much all I heard from them," Easley said. "I know they were really trying to go after wide receivers. It's a wonderful opportunity for me, and I can't wait to get started."His story is well know by now, but Easley, a former walk-on, was barely on UConn's radar as a viable option at receiver as late as last October. He broke out against Pitt, and the rest is history. "I was always...

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