Buffalo Bills: 5 players who should be on the trade block heading into season
One player who could get a decent return for the Buffalo Bills would be Ty Nsekhe. The team signed the veteran offensive tackle last offseason to a two-year deal and he spent time rotating with Cody Ford at right tackle before an ankle injury late in the year.
While he has never been a full-time starter, he has plenty of playing experience from his time with the Washington Redskins prior to joining the Bills. He could be a good veteran option that could backup either left or right tackle.
He certainly could fit within the Buffalo Bills roster however the addition of Daryl Williams could be a replacement for Nsekhe. At 34 years of age, and entering his final year, he likely is not a long-term option for this team while Williams could have a bounce back year and remain with the team for a couple more seasons.
The offensive tackle position is a premium position, similar to defensive end, and the Bills could get some value on the trade market if they determined Ty Nsekhe didn’t have a spot.