The Buffalo Bills are expected to lose two of their best defensive players in free agency this offseason, according to ESPN insider Adam Schefter.
NFL teams are getting down to the business of forming their rosters for next season, with players set to be acquired, as well as lost. The Bills, who were favored to win the Super Bowl for most of last season, will want to improve as they attempt to make good on the hype. But they are likely to lose both safety Jordan Poyer and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, with the pair set to hit the free agent market.
Poyer and Edmunds count for two of the most impactful players on the Buffalo defensive unit and it could hurt the Bills significantly if they lose both, or even one.
Nothing is sure as yet in terms of exits but Schefter is likely up to something, having voiced his thoughts during NFL Live on Tuesday. Realistically, the Bills will try to keep at least one of the players, especially if the New York Jets bring Aaron Rodgers to the AFC East.
Poyer has already hinted he might be done in Buffalo, stating he wants to play somewhere the state doesn’t take half of his money and seems to be interested in a move to the Miami Dolphins. He also raised eyebrows when he deleted all of the Bills photos from his Instagram.
The free agency window is set to open on March 15.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.