Could the Bills Take a Look at Former Colts Safety Bob Sanders?

The National Football Post reports that the Bills could be another team on the list that could be interested in former Colts safety Bob Sanders, who was released last week after playing in 9 games in 3 seasons.

The Bills aren’t above taking a shot on an injury risk/reward player for their defense, and they may be willing to add Bob Sanders. There is some interest on the part of the Bills. Buffalo has a player in safety Jarius Byrd who will go after the football, but they need another impact player at the position. Donte Whitner was never the playmaker Buffalo envisioned when they made him a first round pick, and with his contract up, the Bills could look at Sanders to possibly slide into the secondary in 2011. The question for defensive coordinator George Edwards would be where to play him: at free or strong.


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