The Buffalo Bills exercised the fifth-year option on middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds entering the 2022 NFL season, and today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off with thoughts on why Edmunds is heading into a make-or-break season.
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Pivotal year for MLB Tremaine Edmunds
When middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds entered the NFL after being selected by the Bills with the No. 16 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, he was the youngest player in the league and the future appeared bright for the physically gifted Edmunds. Fast forward to 2022, and heading into a pivotal season, the pressure is on Edmunds to deliver on that promise as an athletic and rangy linebacker who excels in some situations but can be a liability against the run and in pass coverage.
Still just 24 years old, read why Edmunds is entering a make-or-break year, and why the Bills face a crucial decision regarding Edmunds’ future: sign him to a significant contract extension or let him walk in free agency and risk him latching on with another team.
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