The Buffalo Bills have some talented players who could leave in free agency. On Wednesday, NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling published their Top 99 Available Players list and four Bills appeared.
Cordy Glenn, Buffalo's starting left tackle, had the highest ranking on the list. He was listed eighth overall and placed in the "difference makers" category. Here is what was said about Glenn"
True franchise left tackles are awfully hard to find, especially in this market. That's why Glenn is a strong candidate for the franchise tag.
Richie Incognito came in next on the list, but it was surprising to where Rosenthal and Wesseling ranked Incognito. The NFL.com writers placed Incognito 58th on their list in the "starters with questions" category due to red flags.
Incognito emerged from football purgatory to complete his best season as a pro. He's ranked this low because of his red flags.
Coming in third for Buffalo was linebacker Nigel Bradham. Bradham was placed in the "needs the right roles" category at number 75. On Bradham:
He wasn't a fit for Rex Ryan's defense, but Bradham showed off a three-down starter skill set the year before with Jim Schwartz.
Last, wide receiver Percy Harvin came in 78th overall on the list in the same category as Bradham. Here is what Rosenthal and Wesseling said about Harvin:
It's easy to forget that Harvin outplayed Sammy Watkins early last season before injuries resurfaced, begetting thoughts of early retirement. With his football future in question, Harvin won't land a contract commensurate with his talent level.
You can check out Rosenthal and Wesseling's entire available players list here: Top 99 Available Playersnull