The cornerback position looks to be a position that the Buffalo Bills are doing plenty of homework on at the NFL Combine
The NFL Combine wraps up on Sunday with defensive backs being the final position group to take the field. This is one that the Buffalo Bills appear to be heavily invested in, particularly after meeting with a number of the top prospects at the position.
The Buffalo Bills have one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL with Tre’Davious White and when he is on the field, they have one of the top secondaries in the league. However, as they saw after White suffered a torn ACL against the New Orleans Saints, the position may not be as strong as first thought.
The team’s other starting cornerback, Levi Wallace, is set to be a free agent this offseason which would leave 2020 seventh round pick Dane Jackson as the likely player to replace him in the lineup. While he played well at times, and could probably fill the role opposite Tre’Davious White, the front office may want to add more to the position.
These are four of the top cornerbacks that the Buffalo Bills reportedly spoke with during the NFL Combine.