Buffalo Bills GM Buddy Nix has made it clear that the team will try to re-sign free agent cornerback Drayton Florence when the NFL lockout ends and the new league year begins. On a separate note, we spoke just this week about the potential role rookie Aaron Williams might carve for himself as a nickel back, no matter what happens with the veteran players in front of him.
For the sake of this argument, let's assume those two things happen: the Bills re-sign Florence, and he retains his starting job on the outside; and Williams becomes the team's nickel back of choice due to his run-stopping capabilities. That leaves a starting spot open, and an interesting battle to take place between Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin.
McGee is coming off a down year, having missed a lot of time and opportunity due to injury. McKelvin was his usual self last year, flashing moments of high levels of competence, but generally playing very inconsistently. The interesting part about this: it's conceivable that the loser of the battle would become the team's dime back. Our question to you: who should start?