Bills Chatting with Former Panthers Safety Tre Boston

The Bills are set to kick the tires on a safety with close ties to coach Sean McDermott, Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News reports.

Tre Boston, who spent the past three years playing under McDermott with the Carolina Panthers, tweeted Friday that he’s schedule to visit the Bills as a free agent.

Boston played in 42 games the past three years with the Panthers, making 77 tackles, 10 passes defensed, three interceptions and two sacks. He started 16 games over that time, including 10 in the 2016 season.

The Bills are woefully thin behind projected starters Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer at safety. Colt Anderson was re-signed, but he’s primarily a contributor on special teams. After that, Jonathan Dowling, Trae Elston, Shamiel Gary, Joe Powell and expected undrafted free agents B.T. Sanders Jeremy Tyler will compete for one or two jobs.


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