Now with the free agency frenzy over with and the 2021 NFL Draft completed over the weekend, the Buffalo Bills front office has a good idea of what the roster for this upcoming season will look like. This is now a good time to assess where the roster stands and fill any remaining holes before workouts and training camp.
One position that stands out is at cornerback as this has been a weakness for a few years now. The team has been able to get by and do have some options this year with Levi Wallace returning on a one-year deal and there is a belief that Dane Jackson could take that next step after a promising rookie season.
They also drafted Rachad Wildgoose in the sixth round, but he is a player that could play outside or inside for this defense. It is also reported the Bills signed undrafted free agent Olaijah Griffin out of USC as well as Nick McCloud from Notre Dame.
These moves will certainly help with the depth at the position but it would also make sense for the Buffalo Bills to bring in another veteran that could compete this year for the starting job. The best case scenario is that he wins the starting job with the worst case being he is a veteran depth option, similar to what Josh Norman was last season.
These are three free agent cornerbacks that the Buffalo Bills could target now that the 2021 NFL Draft is complete.