Von Miller Recruiting an NFL Free Agent to Buffalo
Most NFL fans are on focusing on the NFL Draft, which begins next week. It's arguably the most fun few days of the year for fans.
That's not to say the free agent market and trade market has dried up. The biggest story this week is San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel requesting a trade, which has led fans of many teams wanting his services.
The Buffalo Bills have not signed any free agents recently, but cornerback has been one position that fans feel should be addressed, whether it's through the draft or free agency.
Newly signed Bills edge rusher Von Miller spoke with the Buffalo media today and said he has put on his recruiting hat in regards to one current free agent cornerback.
Miller said that there was recruiting in his golf outings with CB Joe Haden this spring. Miller said, "I don't know what the hold up is."
Haden is 33 years old and is a former first round pick of the Cleveland Browns from 2010. He has spent the past five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Haden is not the player he was a decade ago, and has some limitations in his game, but he would be a nice addition in a zone cover scheme, which the Bills do run. His fit would be good for Buffalo.
I would still bank on the Bills trying to draft a cornerback next Thursday or Friday, but Haden's name is one to loom out for.