Teams across the league are making moves to adjust their rosters for the next season. However, some may lose more assets than they gain.
That very well could be the case for the Buffalo Bills, as reports indicate two top players on defense could be lost in free agency.
According to Adam Schefter, the franchise is “expected to lose” Jordan Poyer and Tremaine Edmunds this offseason.
#Bills are "expected to lose" Safety Jordan Poyer and LB Tremaine Edmunds in free-agency according to @AdamSchefter pic.twitter.com/I2KqgWavrH
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 8, 2023
Those are two of the biggest stars on the Bills’ defense. Losing both could be detrimental. Of course, nothing is confirmed as of yet and we won’t know for sure until free agency plays out.
Regardless, you’d think the Bills would try to sign at least one of these guys. Especially if the New York Jets actually trade for Aaron Rodgers.
On top of that, can we just appreciate how stacked this free agent class is? There are stars all over the place. Teams with cap space are going to be able to make some big moves in the coming weeks.
Legal tampering begins on March 13 with the official free agency window opening two days later. Jordan Poyer and Tremaine Edmunds are bound to catch plenty of attention from multiple teams.
With that said, all eyes will be on the Bills. The team has several needs, but things could become a bit more interesting if both of these defensive stars sign elsewhere.