With the NFL’s new collective bargaining agreement coming into effect in 2018, the question of which players will return for next season has already been raised.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, there are a handful of players who could potentially return in 2018.
Schefter’s report says that wide receiver Dez Bryant is the most likely to be back.
The ESPN reporter says that Bryant has been working out at the team’s facility, and that the team has not ruled out a return for the 2019 season.
The wide receiver would be a major upgrade to the group of wide receivers currently on the roster, with the addition of the draft pick and some salary cap relief.
However, Bryant’s return could be limited by injuries and the need for the team to restock the roster.
If Bryant does not return, he could be a big part of a potential playoff run for the Buffalo Bills.
There have been rumors that the Bills would make a run for a playoff spot in the 2019 campaign, and if Bryant is not back, that would mean the team could not compete for a postseason spot.
This would mean Buffalo could potentially miss out on the playoffs in 2020, and would have to be content with a disappointing season.
If the team were to be eliminated in the playoffs, the Buffalo Sabres could be the next team to make a play.
It is highly unlikely that Buffalo will make the playoffs with Bryant on the team.
However if Bryant returns and the team is still able to make the postseason, it would be nice to have another dynamic option to play with in the backfield.
With Bryant’s departure, the Bills need to find a quarterback to replace his production.
The Bills have a number of options on the depth chart.
There are some intriguing options on offense that could potentially be traded in the off-season.
There is also the option to go with rookie running back Tyrod Taylor, who has had some off-the-field issues and could be in line for a large contract.
Taylor would bring a new dimension to Buffalo’s offense and would give Buffalo the ability to attack the opposition with multiple weapons.
Taylor’s potential is very high and could bring a lot of value for the Bills, but he needs to prove he can make the roster this year.
The next big question is whether or not Taylor will be able to perform at a high level with the team next season.
Taylor is currently on injured reserve with a concussion, and could potentially lose the starting job if he does not perform at the same level.
The Buffalo Bills need a quarterback with a big arm to be a force in the NFL, and Taylor is no different.
If Taylor does not make the team, he would be an important addition to the Bills running back rotation.
It would be wise for the club to find another quarterback to take over the starting role for Taylor, and to get rid of the veteran.
The New York Jets would be one team that could benefit from the return of Bryant.
Bryant was a part of the Jets offensive line for much of his career, and he would have a lot to offer the team on the defensive side of the ball.
Bryant has not been the same player in the past few years, and the Jets would have much to gain by adding him back.