One of the needs of the Buffalo Bills is an offensive tackle. There is now one possibility to address the position without having to use or give up a first round pick in the upcoming National Football League Draft.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Baltimore Ravens left tackle Jared Gaither is available for trade. The reason being that he is a restricted free agent and most likely wants to get paid starting left tackle money.
According to the report, a team offering a second round pick would get the conversation going. That means the Ravens want a second round pick and something else, which is most likely a fourth round pick as well.
Gaither has started 27 games at left tackle since taking over for long time starting left tackle Jonathan Ogden who retired prior to the 2008 season.
Gaither has become expendable due to the selection of offensive tackle Michael Oher in the first round of last years NFL Draft. Also, the Ravens most likely think that Oher will be the better of the two.
In the end, the Bills better jump in quick if they want Gaither as reportedly the Redskins have offered their second round pick already.