The Buffalo Bills have a number of holes to address this NFL offseason and according to a ”highly regarded source” within the Bills organization they plan on addressing a number of those holes when free agency starts.
Ryan Fitzpatrick may be the talk right now and up until he is either restructured or released, but expect the Bills to act swiftly and quickly when the clock strikes midnight.
NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal has Wallace ranked as the No. 1 player in free agency, and while the Dolphins could be interested, so could the Jets and Patriots who all need receiver help.
There are a few red flags on Wallace, especially knowing the Steelers are letting him walk. Not sure he is worth the type of money he will be looking for but is an obvious and immediate upgrade.
Greg Jennings, is another option for the Bills. The only worries have to be his durability and the fact that he turns 30 years old by Week 3.
Seems like $10 million a year might be a bit too much for the Bills to pay for a player that has missed a total of 11 games over the last two seasons and isn’t a No. 1 option.
Either way, the Bills need a solid receiver aside Stevie Johnson. Parting ways with David Nelson and Donald Jones told us that they believed they could find better replacements in free agency or the draft.
If the Bills do make a big splash with either Jennings or Wallace any rumors of Cordarrelle Patterson being drafted could be put to rest.