Should Flozell Adams Go to the Buffalo Bills?

April 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It is no secret that the Buffalo Bills are in need of help on the offensive line—especially at both tackle positions. The Dallas Cowboys just released All-Pro tackle Flozell Adams, and the Bills would be very wise to consider bringing Adams in for a visit and a possible contract offer.
He would bring some maturity, leadership, and experience to the Bills' young linemen. He would be able to serve as a tutor for whoever the Bills choose to draft in the first round, or other linemen they pick up during the draft. I am sure that Andy Levitre and Eric Wood will also benefit from being around a player with Adams' knowledge and tricks of the trade.
Adams was drafted in 1998 by the Dallas Cowboys out of Michigan State and has been to the Pro Bowl five times. He has playoff experience as well, and that is something that is still missing from the vast majority of Buffalo Bills resumes.
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