By Brandon J. Koch
What a wild week for the Buffalo Bills.
Richie Incognito retiring.
High level evaluators and coaches travel to western California to watch Sam Darnold.
LeSean McCoy saying he will pay Richie Incognito 300k to come back.
And now, ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the Bills are one of four teams that has some varying interest in wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Four teams that some believe could show varying levels of interest in free-agent WR Dez Bryant:
*Arizona – Issue is little money left.
*Baltimore – Room even with Michael Crabtree.
*Buffalo – Wouldn’t be NFC East, but AFC East.
*Green Bay – A replacement for Jordy Nelson.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 14, 2018
Bryant, 29, was released Friday afternoon after spending his whole career with the Dallas Cowboys.
Is bringing in Bryant an actual possibility for Brandon Beane and company?