The Bills have a pair of players that still have some intriguing upside to be utilized on offense by a creative mind like Chan Gailey.
When discussing team needs, Bills GM Buddy Nix made it clear that the team could use another big-play wideout to improve the offense.
In the past two games, the Bills have been outscored 71-18, falling to 5-4 and looking like a team that is a year or two away as opposed to this season's surprise playoff candidate.
Brad Smith has not been as involved as Bills fans expected, but that should change as he gets more comfortable with the offense.
With plenty of salary-cap room, the Bills could have made some serious upgrades to their 4-12 club. But, no surprise to Bills fans, they failed to add an impact player.
Chan Gailey has some ideas about how newly signed Brad Smith can spice up the Bills' offense.
The Bills agreed to a deal with former Jets WR-RS Brad Smith to a four-year deal on Thursday, his agency Priority Sports announced.
The 'Wildcat' formation came to the NFL nearly three years ago, and while defenses are learning how to stop it, athletic players are coming into the league each year to keep it alive.
Brad Smith, the Jets' kickoff return man and "Wildcat" quarterback, plans to explore his options in free agency but said he loves being a Jet.
The Jets have a real interest in adding WR Randy Moss to their receiving corps, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.
The Jets were one of the teams that backed the NFL's decision to move kickoffs to the 35-yard line, enhancing their ability to keep KR Brad Smith.
With their kicker, punter, kickoff returner and top tacklers all hitting free agency, special teams will be a big offseason issue for the Jets.
The Jets announced a host of players getting restricted free-agent tenders on Tuesday, including CB Antonio Cromartie and WR Santonio Holmes.
Three of the Jets' top WRs - Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith - are set to be free agents, and it's unlikely that all three will return in 2011.
The Jets will be without return specialist and "Wildcat" quarterback Brad Smith for their divisional-round playoff game against the Patriots on Sunday.