The cornerback position is another one that the Buffalo Bills might consider addressing after the loss of Tre'Davious White. However, the Bills don't necessarily need a long-term solution so cornerbacks like Patrick Surtain II or Jaylon Johnson don't make much sense.
If the Buffalo Bills are just looking for a veteran cornerback who has the potential to start and bring stability to the position, then Levi Wallace would make a great deal of sense. He was an undrafted free agent signing by the Bills in 2018 and quickly stepped into a starting role with 52 starts over four seasons.
He would leave in free agency in 2022 and sign with the Pittsburgh Steelers and has started 14 games over the past two seasons. However, the Steelers are in a position where they could trade Wallace to create an opportunity for Joey Porter Jr., their first round pick this year, to step in as the starter.