Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Bills picks: Round 5/140 -- Ed Wang, OT, 6-5, 314, Virginia Tech, Left tackle pool was picked over but the Bills are hoping they landed a sleeper in Wang, who anchored the Hokies' line for two years. A converted tight end with good feet, he recorded 132 knockdown blocks. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Ed Wang News
08/20/13 - T Ed Wang was waived by the Eagles.
05/03/12 - OL Ed Wang was the first Chinese-American player drafted into the NFL by Buffalo in 2012. He'll compete to be a backup tackle with the Raiders.
During the draft, the Raiders selected defensive end Jack Crawford in the fifth round (No. 158 overall) and a short time later used their sixth round pick (No. 168) on Christo Bilukidi of Georgia State.
Crawford was born in London, moving to the United States with a host family to play basketball.
Bilukidi was born in Angola, the son of a diplomat, and lived in Brazil and France before settling in Ottawa.
05/02/12 - OT Ed Wang signed with the Raiders. A fifth-round pick by Buffalo in 2010, he has played in just six career games due to injuries and was waived from injured reserve after reaching an injury settlement in November.
Wang was the first Chinese-American player drafted (Virginia Tech) into the NFL.
With the Raiders, he will compete for a backup spot behind left tackle Jared Veldheer and right tackle Khalif Barnes.