Yes, Drew Rosenhaus can be a royal pain. He and T.O. did a lot of damage in Philly and engineered an unseemly exit. On the other hand, Rosenhaus and T.O. had a fairly quiet ride in Buffalo--T.O.'s promise to give back the key to the city if he didn't get 10 TDs notwithstanding.
PFT brings word that Rosenhaus is shopping a trio of clients, S Taylor Mays, LB Matt Roth and OT Bryant McKinnie. When the Vikings cut McKinnie it was leaked/announced/blabbed that they did so because he was overweight and out of shape. McKinnie, unsurprisingly, takes issue with that characterization. Roth seems to be on his way out of Cleveland as they transition back to the 4-3. The Bills are light at FS, a position Mays is unsuited to play. (Some would argue that he's not suited to play SS either.) However, I believe that Searcy was drafted due to his ability to play multiple DB positions. Could the addition of Mays at SS and the move of Searcy to FS help Buffalo's issues with depth?
They are all allegedly 'ready and available', though that phrase means different things to different people. Mays, unlike Roth or McKinnie, would require some kind of trade--though I don't think it would take all that much to pry Mays away from San Fran. All three play at positions of need (depth at the very least) but are they, in your opinion, worth bringing to town to kick the tires? None of them are seemingly looking for some blockbuster deal if that helps sway you one way or the other. (Pro--cheap is good; Con--they recognize they're not worth premium dollars)