With Donte Whitner apparently heading to San Francisco (unless, you know, he has a sudden change of heart and gives the 49ers the same finger he just gave to the Bengals) Taylor Mays has become expendable. According to the link he's expendable to the point that the 49ers sent an e-mail to all 31 teams stating that he's up for bid. Mays was drafted 49th overall just last year. That's awfully quick to give up on a guy, particularly someone who was just getting his feet underneath him.
Anyway, the Bills would seem to be a little thin at safety. Should Buffalo call up San Fran and offer up a plate of wings for Mays' rights? I'm guessing that he got a front loaded contract as a second round player so he shouldn't be overly expensive. The Bills could kick his tires for the next few weeks before deciding whether to keep him or go with someone else.
Should the Bills bring in Mays?
Yes. He was a second round pick just last year and may help at SS. (191 votes)
No. San Fran is casting away a second round pick after only one season for some unknown but crucial reason. (113 votes)
304 total votes