Today's free agent visitors

Today the Bills are entertaining Eagles free agent weakside linebacker Mike Caldwell, Titans free agent safety Blaine Bishop, Lions free agent and former Bills free safety Kurt Schulz and Tampa Bay free agent tight end/long snapper David Moore. Some observations ...

With talk of bringing in Eddie Robinson and now Mike Caldwell, a nine-year NFL veteran, Jay Foreman doesn't seem in the plans.

The team seems serious about parting ways with tight end Jay Riemersma if he doesn't reduce his pay.

Schulz, 33, has had injury problems with the Lions the last two seasons, and unless he plays for the veteran minimum, he probably will not be re-signing with Buffalo. His next step is likely retirement.

Bishop remains a valid choice to be the Bills' starting strong safety. He can play both safety positions, but he played strong safety when Gregg Williams was Tennessee's defensive coordinator.

Jaguars free agent quarterback Jonathan Quinn and Steelers kicker Kris Brown are scheduled for visits next week.

Defensive tackle Jason Fisk signed with the Chargers and fellow Titans tackle Josh Evans, who really wouldn't fit with the Bills' plans because he's more of a speed rusher, is close to signing with the Jets.

There is nothing new on Jeff Blake.

Today at the press conference to introduce London Fletcher, Tom Donahoe wasn't available because he was out of town and Gregg Williams was occupied and couldn't speak with the media.


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