As promised we are going to be looking at and breaking down the CB/DB competition that the Bills will most likely have coming into training camp. With 13 CB/DB on the roster, there will definitely be some fighting for spots going on.
Starting at the top;
Ron Brooks: Brooks played in 9 games and started a total of 2. He came away with 19 total tackles and 4 pass deflections. Playing on the team in the past does not give him nor anyone at this point an advantage as everything is going t be new.
Crezdon Butler is a 3 year veteran and besides McKelvin one of the more experienced CBs on the team. Coming to Buffalo in Nov of last year, Butler played in 5 games and recorded 3 tackles. Numbers for this guy are not stellar as he only has a total of 4 tackles in 13 games.
Jordan Dangerfield is our next and final CB/DB we will look at in this post. Dangerfield was one of the 14 undrafted free agents that the Buffalo Bills signed this year. He played FS at Towson. He runs a 4.64 40 yard dash. He is ranked 32nd out of 90 FS in the draft.
Out of those three guys, Brooks is really the only qualified one to make the team based on numbers, Dangerfield might be a good practice squad guy. As a FS and if the Bills keep him there, He will have to contend with Aaron Williams, Searcy, Duke Williams, and Byrd (if he signs).