4 veteran pass rushers the Buffalo Bills can still sign

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The Buffalo Bills are one of several teams still in need of another pass rusher. It seems like this is a position that's always at a premium, yet somehow, there are a good amount of names still available.

The Bills are going to be without Von Miller for a little while, still, while he recovers from an ACL tear. For that reason, adding another experienced player at the position is crucial.

Right now, the Bills are looking at entering the season with Gregory Rousseau, A.J. Epenesa, Shaq Lawson and Boogie Basham as their top pass rush options. Rousseau is the only one who put up a consistent effort last year, after Miller's injury, and thus the Bills have to find an upgrade for that all-too-familiar depth chart.

So, which free agents are still available and could come help Buffalo? Justin Houston has been mentioned as a possible fit recently. But, let's look at four of the bigger names other than Houston, since we know he's already been discussed.

Veteran pass rushers the Buffalo Bills can still sign: Frank Clark

At one point, Frank Clark looked like the next big thing at the pass rusher position in the NFL. He was franchise tagged by the Seattle Seahawks after a career-high 13.0 sacks back in 2018, but was ultimately traded to the Kansas City Chiefs during the 2019 offseason.

Never putting up numbers like that again, Clark made out like a bandit after having signed a hefty 5-year deal in Kansas City. Now, Clark is a free agent and coming off a season that saw him end with just 5.0 sacks. He hasn't put up double-digit sacks since that 2018 campaign, but is still a worthy rotational pass rusher.

His experience with a winning club like Kansas City could come into play with the Bills, too, and he'd help take some pressure off Gregory Rousseau until Miller is back. Set to turn 30 in June, Clark still has some years left in him.