Buffalo Bills Should Trade for Baltimore Ravens OT Jared Gaither

March 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Upon the beginning of this year's free agency period, Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle, Jared Gaither was regarded as one of the best tackles in the class.

However, when the NFL Players Union and owners failed to agree to a collective bargaining agreement, Gaither was suddenly a restricted free agent, and was tendered at a first round level, meaning that any team that wanted to sign Gaither, would have to surrender a first round draft pick to the Ravens.
Now, the deadline for restricted free agents to sign an offer season is drawing to a close, and the Ravens are now lowering their asking price, stating that, "a high second round choice would get you in the door."
For the Buffalo Bills, the offensive line is in dire need of experience and talent. With no proven left tackle on the roster other than former seventh round pick Demetrius Bell, and Jamon Meredith, a 2009 signee from the Green Bay Packers practice squad. Meredith played well considering the circumstances,...

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