The Buffalo Bills signed defensive tackle DaQuan Jones as a free agent last offseason to a two-year deal. In his first season in Buffalo, Jones certainly impressed and was an anchor for the middle of this defense.
He would finish the year with 38 total tackles, two sacks, and 11 QB hits and started every regular season game for the Buffalo Bills. The only game he did miss this season was the AFC Divisional Round Game against the Bengals and his absence was noticeable for this defense.
The Buffalo Bills once again could be looking to make significant changes at defensive tackle this offseason as Jordan Phillips is set to be a free agent, Tim Settle is someone who could potentially be cut, and Ed Oliver is entering the final year of his rookie contract. If the Bills can agree to a short-term extension with Jones that could also lower his cap hit this season, which is over $8.5 million, might make the sense for everyone involved.