These are four free agents at cornerback that could already be on the Buffalo Bills’ radar for this offseason
The cornerback position is one that has seemingly been a need every season that Sean McDermott has been the Buffalo Bills’ head coach. However, that need has become increasingly less over the past few seasons.
The first pick Sean McDermott made with the Buffalo Bills was Tre’Davious White out of LSU. He would step in as a starter, essentially being the replacement for Stephon Gilmore who left in free agency during the 2017 offseason. White has developed into a top cornerback in the league and the Bills agreed to a long-term extension two years ago.
They also have Taron Johnson, who has been the team’s starting nickel for two years now and has played at a high level. The Bills were able to agree to a long-term extension during the season and two of three starting spots are now set.
This leaves the outside cornerback position as the only question mark and for the past four years they have had Levi Wallace, who returned to Buffalo on a one-year deal last offseason. He has played well this year with two interceptions, allowing only 56.2% targets thrown his way to be completed and a 70.3 quarterback rating, according to Pro Football Reference.
If the Buffalo Bills decide after the season to not bring Wallace back, this is an early look at four free agents that they could consider signing in the offseason.