Buffalo Bills moving forward with Free Agency

Dec 8, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills punter Brian Moorman (8) punts against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills made quick work in their off-season and signed one of their 13 free agents.  Brian Moorman, again will continue his career here in Buffalo and what he hopes will lead to finishing his career in Buffalo.

With 12 free agents still on the books for the Bills per say, who will they look to bring back next.  Will it be Byrd, or one of the exclusive rights guys, or Carrington after he was lost for the season due to injury after a promising pre-season and start of the season.

Moorman was one of the four players that I looked at that should be re-signed by the Bills.  Carrington, Carpenter and Byrd rounded that group of four out.  Of that group, I believe that the Buffalo Bills front office will stay special teams and bring back Carpenter next.

Byrd, will again, be a long-term negotiation that will take the Bills into a possible franchise tag again with him.  I also think that Byrd will test free agency and see what other teams are looking at, does he give the Bills the chance to match, I think Byrd will be a class act and provide the Bills with the option to match, whether they do or not is another question and whether we as fans know about the ‘behind closed doors’ happenings will also be a ‘wait and see’ happening.

The Bills will bring back Carrington and I believe will offer two of the three ERFAs contract, Hogan and Summers.  Past these guys it is anyone’s guess as to what the Bills will do.

Topics: Buffalo Bills, Free Agency, Free Agents

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  • chas territo

    1st off a writing tip, per say is correctly spelled as PER SE, it’s a Latin term.
    2nd, Sign alex is definitely next, but what do they do before signing him? will they Medically check his injury first? I would think so. When will that get done? That is the real question I think?? GO BILLS!!

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