Am wondering if the Bills should pick up Charles Grant, who most recently was released by the Bears. He is 32 years old, and did have some good years with the Saints recording 10 sacks in 2003 and 11 in 2004.
Last year, he 44 tackles and 6 sacks for the Saints. He is 32, so still has a few good year's in him. These are the type of Defensive Ends the Bills should have been drafting over the past 5-10 year's.
Originally a first-round pick of the Saints in 2002, Grant played eight seasons in New Orleans, where he contributed 505 tackles and 47 sacks in 118 career games before the club released him in March. Grant subsequently joined the Miami Dolphins, only to be cut after a solid preseason. Grant resurfaced with the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL, where he participated in two games prior to signing with the Bears.
He can also reunite himself with former Georgia teammate, Marcus Stroud. We can then move back to the 4:3, since we seem to have players currently that fit that scheme better.