The Buffalo Bills are in the process of turning around a franchise that hasn't made a postseason appearance since 1999. Part of that rebuilding means adding key free agents.
In my last posts I reviewed options at right tackle, quarterback, and most recently, linebackers that Bills General Manager, Buddy Nix, may want to send invitations.
With questions surrounding safety Donte Whitner's return to Buffalo, as he is slated to become an unrestricted free agent pending the agreement of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Bills may need to look to the open market for his replacement.
The Bills drafted Da'Noriss Searcy out of North Carolina in the fourth round of the 2011 NFL Draft, but it is doubtful he will be a day one starter, and the only other safeties on the roster are Jairus Byrd, George Wilson and Bryan Scott.