They are going about quietly, but the Buffalo Bills have some serious interest in former Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Source tells me any Bills interest in DeSean Jackson would be for a predetermined price. Bills won't get into a bidding war.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) March 29, 2014
Reports are that the Bills won’t enter a bidding war for Jackson, but the interest is real.
The Bills initially were considered a wild-card team, but they now are thought to be a serious contender in the Jackson sweepstakes, according to Rapoport. They have plenty of cap space. The Doug Whaley-Doug Marrone regime has placed an emphasis on wideouts with track speed, which Jackson has in abundance. The team’s brass also has shown a penchant for giving players with questionable reputations a second chance. The Bills have set a predetermined price on Jackson and will not enter a bidding war, reports the Buffalo News.
D-Jax could make life so much easier for Stevie Johnson as well.