Buffalo Bills: 4 former players that could leave retirement to play now

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ORCHARD PARK, NY – DECEMBER 30: Kyle Williams #95 of the Buffalo Bills walks on the field after the game against the Miami Dolphins at New Era Field on December 30, 2018 in Orchard Park, New York. Buffalo defeats Miami 42-17. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

These are four former Buffalo Bills who could come out of retirement to help the team this season.

It is sometimes hard for NFL players, and there are some Buffalo Bills players who could fall into this category, to hang the cleats up. There may even be some desire to return to the game after some time has passed, and they realize they still have some left in the tank.

Every offseason, there are players that will try to make a comeback or believe they can return to the game, for example what felt like the never-ending saga with Brett Favre a few years back. This offseason there was rumors that former Bills wide receiver Percy Harvin was trying to make a comeback. The most notable has to be tight end Rob Gronkowski, who retired last year but decided to return and ended up joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Tom Brady.

While it is rare for this actually to happen, if the Buffalo Bills were interested to look at options among retired players, there would be a few former players with the organization that makes sense. These are four of those players that could leave retirement now and contribute to the Buffalo Bills this season.

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