If the injury is season-ending for DaQuan Jones, the Buffalo Bills may look to add a veteran who can play a bigger role for the remainder of the year. One of those options could be Ndamukong Suh, who is still looking for a team after reaching the Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles last season.
The former first round pick made it clear back in May that he was not looking to sign with a team any time soon and "had no desire to be in a training camp." Now with training camp over, the Buffalo Bills could be an appealing landing spot for Suh to continue his football career.
He may not be that game changing defensive tackle he was earlier in his career, but in a rotation at defensive tackle he could have some success. This past year with the Eagles, he played in eight games and had 10 tackles and one sack while playing between 30-45% of the snaps per game and could be exactly what the Bills need.