For fans of the Buffalo Bills, the offseason usually means one or two veterans are signed under a budget to keep pace with third place in the AFC East.
Now that Terry Pegula and his wife Kim are calling the shots, Doug Whaley has plenty of freedom to be aggressive, and he's already started making his mark.
Like his moves or hate them, one has to respect Whaley's boldness. The Bills traded Kiko Alonso, coming off of a second ACL surgery, for LeSean McCoy, who has plenty in the tank. The deal sent shockwaves through the NFL. McCoy to the Bills? That didn't seem to sit well with anyone not involving Buffalo when the news first hit.
The Bills made a smaller move the following day, acquiring Matt Cassel from the Minnesota Vikings. Rumors have it, however, that the Bills aren't done yet.
There have been reports tying the Bills to interest in Vernon Davis and Mike Iupati, both from the San Francisco 49ers. Iupati is a solid offensive lineman, which the Bills desperately need, and Davis is a star tight end that may have worn out his welcome in San Francisco.Read more... Join the Conversation...