While the Buffalo Bills discussion should start with tight end Hayden Hurst, it is hard to imagine the Atlanta Falcons are ready to move their starting tight end. The Falcons traded for Hurst this offseason by sending a second round and fifth round pick for Hurst and a fourth round pick with the Baltimore Ravens.
It is hard to imagine the Bills would be willing to match that type of return for Hurst but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other players that could interest this team, particularly on the defensive side of the ball.
Defensive tackle Grady Jarrett would be an excellent run-stuffing tackle in the middle of this defense. He could be a long-term solution and replacement for Star Lotulelei playing alongside Ed Oliver for years to come.