Posted by Andy Benoit
After visiting the Jacksonville Jaguars, oft-injured Colts safety Bob Sanders is scheduled to stop by Buffalo to chat with the Bills. Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union reports that Sanders will visit the team on Tuesday.
The Bills have recently plenty of bodies at safety, most notably Donte Whitner. But the interest in Sanders suggests that Whitner, a former No. 8 overall pick and looming free agent, could be on his way out.
Not only are the Bills interested in Sanders, but there are rumblings that the team could take a look at O.J Atogwe, as well. Whitner is taking note. On Twitter, he passed along a link to an article titled, “Dear NFL Teams: Don’t Sign Bob Sanders.” (Professionalism be damned, apparently.)
Sanders would be an ironic signing for the Bills. In recent years, the Bills have regularly been amongst the league leaders in players on injured reserve. In his seven-year career, Sanders has missed more games than he’s played. The last time he played more than six games in a season was 2007, when he won Defensive Player of the Year.
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