The much-talked about possibility of Drew Bledsoe being traded could come to fruition very soon, according to ESPN.com.
Len Pasquarelli reported that a deal could come down within the next 48 hours, quoting an unnamed league source as saying the Bills, "really believe they're going to get (Bledsoe) now." Last week New England Head Coach Bill Belichick said he would be surprised if anything concerning a Bledsoe deal happened before the draft, but he also did not rule anything out completely.
Buffalo general manager Tom Donahoe reportedly will not part with the fourth-overall pick, the Bills' first-round choice this weekend. The Patriots, who had no comment on the latest report, have not publicly stated what they would ask for in return for Bledsoe, but all reports have said any deal would have to include at least one first-rounder.