Over the past several weeks, three Buffalo Bills players have been routinely linked to not just football-related discussions, but discussions relating to their contract situations.
- Prior to the Bills' Week 2 win over Oakland, the Bills are said to have exchanged contract proposals with the agent for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. 6-9 as a starter under head coach Chan Gailey, Fitzpatrick currently has the offense producing 40 points per game and has thrown for 472 yards - with seven touchdowns and just one interception - during the Bills' 2-0 start.
- The latest on negotiations with wide receiver Stevie Johnson? They've slowed, but the team is still interested in re-signing their budding star receiver. The two sides are reportedly still far apart on contract terms. Johnson has followed up his 82-catch, 1,073-yard, 10-touchdown 2010 campaign with 12 catches, 162 yards and two scores thus far this season.
- There are no indications that the Bills have proposed contract talks with running back Fred Jackson, which has frustrated the 30-year-old runner. Jackson is currently the NFL's leading rusher with 229 yards and two scores through two games.
Our question to you, Bills fans, is this: which player should the Bills re-sign first?