I'm a big fan of this site. I found it about a month ago and now it's the first place I go every day to find out the latest Bills news. To Brian (who seems to run the site) as well as the other staff writers and regular posters, thanks for all the effort, as a fan with limited time to find good info and opinions on my favorite pro team, it is greatly appreciated.
Many of you seem to be very educated in terms of the bills economic situation (available cap space), and I was wondering if you thought the following was possible given the recent free agent signings of Florence, Hangartner, and Fitzpatrick:
-Sign SS Sean Jones
-Sign Jabari Greer
-Sign Laveranues Coles
-Trade Parish and McGee to KC for Waters
The addition of Jones and retention of Greer would give us an extremely talented defensive backfield with a lot of potential that could possibly be one of the elite units (top 10) in the league (I have a higher opinion of Whitner than most Bills fans do).
The addition of Coles would give us a legitimate number 2 opposite Evans, and Reed could head to the slot where he belongs. As has already been stated on this site several times over the course of the last few days, this would be the best WR corp we've seen in Buffalo in years. I know that's not saying much, but it's definitely a move in the right direction.
The addition of Waters would give us a pro-bowl Guard who has a few good years left in him to replace Dockery and solidify our line.
Then in the draft, we could draft a DE in round 1, a LB in round 2, and a TE in round 3, followed by depth players in the remaining rounds. Defensive players tend to have a more immediate impact on a team than offensive players do, so the DE and LB could make an immediate difference.
Again, my question is, with the cap space we have left and, in my opinion, the need to extend Peters, is this a feasible plan or is what I'm suggesting not a realistic financial possibility?