Why the Buffalo Bills’ Quiet Offseason Approach Has Been Effective

April 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the rest of the AFC East seems to be in a high-profile transaction frenzy this offseason, the Buffalo Bills have been taking an approach much different from that of their division rivals.
The Miami Dolphins shelled out a combined $93 million for free agent linebacker Karlos Dansby and former Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall , plus two second-round picks to acquire the latter.
The Jets signed future Hall of Fame running back LaDanian Tomlinson , while acquiring former All-Pro cornerback Antonio Cromartie from the Chargers and Super Bowl XLIII MVP wide receiver Santonio Holmes from the Steelers.
The Patriots have been relatively quiet, but with four picks in the first two rounds of the upcoming draft, that was to be expected.
The Bills, like the Jets and Dolphins, have been making moves. Unlike the moves made by their division foes, however, the moves made by Buffalo have been far from high-profile.
Just because their signings are under the radar, though, ...

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