Former Michigan defender Rashan Gary's ranking in this year's draft class has varied greatly from pandit to pandit, but his college production was not up to this potential. This leads to different ideas about how he will fare in the NFL, and there is supposedly an injury that needs to be considered in each assessment.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Gary has a Labralriss in his shoulder going back to college. The feeling is that Gary can play with the injury as a beginner before he may be operated on, but he would have to play with a harness and / or otherwise survive his shoulder to survive the year.
Bill's defensive end Shaq Lawson entered the draft in 2016 with a similar injury, and the word after being recorded in the first round was that he could play it through. However, he had an operation in May after he had made the injury worse, and missed the first half of the season as a result.
At the end of the week, we know which team will roll the dice that will play things differently for Gary.