Chad Jackson/WR - The former second-round pick of the New England
Patriots will get yet another chance to stick with a team. Buffalo is in dire
need of help at receiver, so Jackson actually has a decent shot of making their
final roster coming out of the preseason.
Cornell Green/OL - As of now, the journeyman offensive lineman appears to
be their starting right tackle.
Dwan Edwards/DL - He'll fit right in with Buffalo's new 3-4 defensive
Andra Davis/LB - Davis will start right next to Paul Posluszny.
Gibran Hamdan/QB - He wasn't tendered as a restricted free agent.
Terrell Owens/WR - Owens may still commands double teams, but some
believe he's no longer an elite talent.
Josh Reed/WR - He fits in as a slot receiver.
Justin Jenkins/WR - He was one of Buffalo's top special teams players for
the past few seasons.
Seth McKinney/G - He's capable of playing guard or center primarily in a
Richie Incognito/G - It appears that he'll be able to compete for a
starting job with the Miami Dolphins.
Kendall Simmons/G - At this point in his career, Simmons appears to be a
backup. He received some interest from the Arizona Cardinals recently.
Jonathan Scott/OT - He'll be a backup with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ryan Denney/DE - He probably doesn't fit in with a 3-4 scheme.
Chris Draft/LB - The smart veteran linebacker can play all three
Todd Johnson/S - The journeyman safety has extensive experience playing
in the Cover-2.
Pre-Draft Team Needs
Outside Linebacker - With the move to the 3-4, this need is in need of pass
rushers who fit this scheme.
Left Tackle - While Demetrius Bell has some upside, he doesn't appear to be the
answer at this position.
Wide Receiver - With Owens out of the picture, they need to need a younger
receiver with size to play opposite Lee Evans. James Hardy doesn't run nearly as
well as is needed.
Quarterback - This team simply needs to decide who will be the future at this
position. But that future is now, not down the road.
Other Issues to Address
Right Tackle Depth
Left Tackle Depth
Defensive End Depth