Buffalo Bills: Value Signings Rule the Offseason Agenda

April 2, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The free-agency period has been so quiet in Buffalo this offseason that one might forget that such a thing exists. Many publications have turned their focus to April’s draft because of the stagnant nature of the news coming out of 1 Bills Drive.
Buffalo released or allowed a slew of starters to walk after another disappointing season in Orchard Park, but had only signed one replacement through the first week of free agency – Cincinnati Bengals free agent linebacker Manny Lawson.
Lawson provides a starting-quality player on the front seven of the defense, but Buffalo has plenty of other gaping holes to fill.
After two weeks of white noise in the Buffalo market, the Bills ended their radio silence with the reported agreement with free agent quarterback Kevin Kolb on Saturday evening. ESPN’s Adam Schefter released on twitter that the two sides agreed to a 2-year, $13 million deal with plenty of incentives built in to the writing.
However, the Bills ha...

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