4 free agent the Buffalo Bills could add after Tre’Davious White’s injury

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Quinton Dunbar
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Quinton Dunbar

The next player is someone that the Buffalo Bills have never had on their roster but have shown interest in him, as recently as a few months ago. Quinton Dunbar started his career with the Washington Football Team before joining the Seattle Seahawks this past year.

He recently was with the Detroit Lions but they released him prior to the regular season. At that time, the Bills reportedly brought him in for a workout according to Pro Football Focus’ Doug Kyed.

The Bills ultimately didn’t sign him but is an interesting player that has plenty of starting experience with 23 starts from 2018 to 2020. For his career, Dunbar has 10 interceptions and 40 passes defended over 64 games.

The question for the Buffalo Bills is do they re-visit this cornerback and if they do, does the experience enough to move him past players like Cam Lewis who knows this defensive scheme better than Dunbar.