September 30, 2012; Tampa, FL, USA; Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis (83) runs with the ball against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Washington Redskins defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24-22. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Are the Buffalo Bills making a move?

With the present state of One Bills Drive and the “lockdown” effect that has taken its stance due to Buddy Nix and his mouth, there seems to be absolutely no movement within the Bills organization.  But wait….is there, the Bills are looking at a TE.

My first thought was OK this is decent as Chandler underwent surgery and could miss preseason but be getting back with the team come the start of the regular season.  So my next thought was… OK who?

Then I started thinking of who was out on the market for TEs that the Bills could possible use and move to a 2 TE set. The sad part was I couldn’t think of anyone that might be interesting for the Bills to grab.  SO I thought, Maybe I am forgetting someone.

As I start to do research I find out that the Bills are wining and dining Fred Davis.

Davis is 27 and has just recently gone through surgery himself.  Achilles surgery!  This surgery normally takes 11 months to heal and he had it done last October.

Really! So if Davis signs with the Bills that gives us two TEs that are just coming off surgery. One from Achilles and the other a torn ACL.  I really, at this point don’t know which is better.

Buffalo needs a QB, WR, LB, and Gs. Yet they are looking at Davis.  I know there is hope for the draft but we can not expect to rebuild the in the draft at all of these major positions.  Marrone and his staff at this point in the off-season have disappointed this fan due to their lack of everything at this point, besides the releasing of Fitzpatrick.

At this point Louis Anderson made a bigger splash last week Tuesday on Splash than the Buffalo Bills have so far into the off-season and

free agency.

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