Buffalo Bills: 3 questions at safety entering training camp

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MIAMI, FL – DECEMBER 23: Reshad Jones #20 of the Miami Dolphins in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Hard Rock Stadium on December 23, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /

Do the Buffalo Bills add a veteran safety as depth before start of season?

Last offseason, the Buffalo Bills added veteran Kurt Coleman right before the start of training camp. He provided experience and a bit of a safety net behind Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer. The team elected to not re-sign Kurt Coleman but could still be in the market for a veteran.

The most veteran safety behind the starters is Dean Marlowe, who has three career starts. Two of those starts came last year but he also only played a total of 10% of the defensive snaps last year.

If the Buffalo Bills are in the market, there are a number of good safeties still looking for teams like Reshad Jones, Eric Reid, Morgan Burnett and Tony Jefferson that could be a great fit in this defense.

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They could also bring back Kurt Coleman, who knows the system and would be an easy addition if they want to have a veteran.