Bradley Roby has played nine seasons in the NFL, five with the Denver Broncos, and stops with the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints for two seasons each. He is a veteran cornerback with 126 games played and 60 starts with 11 interceptions and 85 passes defended.
At 31 years old, Roby has played pretty well recently as opposing quarterbacks have had a QB rating of 91 or less in each of the past four seasons. They have also had a completion percentage of 65% or less in three of the past four seasons.
While the focus for the Buffalo Bills will be to find a cornerback to provide depth on the outside, the addition of Bradley Roby could be interesting for this defense. The reason being is that he not only can play outside but also has a lot of experience playing nickel defense.
The Buffalo Bills have played a majority of their snaps out of nickel so adding a veteran to backup Taron Johnson could end up paying dividends if the need were to arise.