If the Buffalo Bills want a safety with more experience then Andrew Sendejo could be a good option. Sendejo is older as he just turned 35 earlier this month but has 85 career starts at safety and has over 1,375 special team snaps in his career.
Sendejo began his career with the Minnesota Vikings in 2010 and would remain with the Vikings through the 2018 season. He would sign with the Philadelphia Eagles but would be waived during the season and would return to Minnesota.
One interesting connection is during Sendejo’s rookie season, Leslie Frazier (who is currently the Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator) was named interim head coach and then would be the permanent head coach from 2011 through 2013.
Recently, he has had one-year stops with the Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts. It remains to be seen how much he has left but he is a player that Buffalo may be interested in bringing in.