After the Buffalo Bills spent a second-round draft pick on Texas cornerback Aaron Williams last month, GM Buddy Nix made it very clear that the team still wants to re-sign free agent Drayton Florence.
Last week, we took a look at some recent contracts given to cornerbacks and determined that a four-year, $22 million deal might be the market price Florence seeks on the open market.
Let's assume for the sake of this poll that the Bills are able to re-sign Florence once the lockout ends. Should that happen, the Bills would suddenly have a logjam of fairly excellent talent at the cornerback position - so much so that they'd legitimately be four deep in starting-caliber players, including veterans Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin.
Knowing that NFL defenses spend an inordinate amount of time in pass-specific sub-packages, depth at cornerback is a priority for most teams. However, in nickel packages (ones that use three corners), one of these players would be riding the pine. Our question for you: which player would be the dime back?