More movement in Free Agency; Webster in Buffalo?

The Bills had a two players visit today. The team is also expected to get visits from a few more in the coming days.

The Bills were visited today by free agent tight end Mark Bruener. Bruener, formerly of the Pittsburg Steelers. BRuener had many praising comments for head coach Mike Mularky. Bruener if signed would serve as primarly blocking TE as he's just caught 137 passes in 127 games in the NFL with his career high, 26, falling in his rookie season. Bruener was originally drafted by Tom Donahoe with the then Pittsburgh Steelersin the 1st Round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He is expected to visit with Minnesota within the next few days.

Former New England Patriots FB Patrick Pass also visited with the Bills today. Pass joined the league as a 7th Round pick in 1999 out of Georgia and has been primarly a backup throughout his career.

New York Giants center Chris Bober is also expected to visit Buffalo over the weekend or early next week. Bober has been on many's hot list.

San Francisco cornerback Jason Webster is expected to visit with Buffalo sometime during the next few days as well. Webster is a great tackling corner, would be a nice replacement for Antoine Winfield, however his injury past has many experts concerned. Webster also favors Winfield's small frame, Webster stands at 5'10" and 180 lbs. Webster played college football for Texas A&M.


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