Buffalo Bills: 5 CFL players who should be brought in for a tryout
Cordarro Law – Defensive Tackle
As part of the COVID-19 opt-out option, the Bills have lost DT Star Lotulelei as he opted out of the 2020 season due to concerns over the virus. This has left a hole in the Bills defensive front four.
To fill that, there has been speculation of Harrison Phillips, who missed the 2019 season due to an injury, filling that starting position next to Ed Oliver. The other option is to have one of the veterans who were brought in through free agency. Presenting itself as an option now is to bring in a notable CFL defensive tackle such as Cordarro Law.
Law, 31, is coming off his best season CFL season after returning to the league after his stint with the San Diego Chargers. While he was with the Chargers from 2014 to 2015, he appeared in 17 games, recording a sack and 21 tackles. After returning to the CFL, Law got back to his best form, sitting near the top of the league standings with 10 sacks and 41 tackles in the 2019 campaign.
Losing Lotulelei has been a blow for the Buffalo Bills this season as he was a very impactful player for the team last season. And while there are replacement players waiting in the curtains, moving one player to the starting role with compromise depth, hence needing the addition for another player to come in.
Though Law is smaller than Lotulelei in the measurables, standing at 6’2″, 250 pounds, he is still a powerful lineman who can create holes in the opposing front.