The Buffalo Bills have a big offseason ahead of them after their divisional round loss. It’s clear that Buffalo has areas to clean up, especially as other league Super Bowl contenders go from strength to strength.
That’s why it’s exciting to hear the Bills linked to a potential defensive star trade.
Buffalo is among the “interested” teams pursuing Philadelphia Eagles point guard Fletcher Cox, according to NFL insider Jordan Schultz. The defensive tackle is expected to find a new home this offseason after nearly being dealt at last year’s trade deadline.
Cox, a 2018 First Team All-Pro and six-time Pro Bowler, would provide an immediate upgrade to DT for the Bills. He would solidify the trenches alongside Ed Oliver, giving Buffalo an experienced point guard in a position where the team could lose several players through free agency.
Cox continued to make an impact at 31, recording 3.5 sacks, 12 QB hits, 7 tackles for loss and 2 forced fumbles during the 2021 campaign. He also had a 74.1 pass-rush rating of ProFootballFocus, proving that he is still capable of creating many problems for opposing QBs.
If Buffalo can make a deal, it would make the rich even richer. The Bills are currently the favorites to win Super Bowl LVII at +700 odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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