Buffalo Bills: 3 former players who could return in 2020
These are three former players that the Buffalo Bills may bring back for a second stop with the team.
The Buffalo Bills front office is in the final steps of preparation with free agency less than two weeks away. They are busy evaluating players that are expected to be free agents, and in this group could be some former players that could come back and have another run with the Bills.
While it is fairly uncommon to see players return, it isn’t unheard of. This past season the Seattle Seahawks brought back running back Marshawn Lynch to finish the regular season and help them in the playoffs. For the Bills, the most notable player to return would likely be wide receiver Peerless Price, who was traded to the Atlanta Falcons but a few years later returned.
There is a familiarity there when teams bring back players as they know how they fit within a locker room and how they are in terms of preparation. It also could make sense for a player as he has an understanding of the scheme and play book and shouldn’t involve a huge learning curve.
These are three former Buffalo Bills that left but could return for the upcoming season.