Moulds seeking options

After rejecting two contract restructure proposals from the Buffalo Bills, Eric Moulds has started to pursue options for leaving the Bills. The top teams with interest in Moulds are the Denver Broncos leading in interest, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, Philiadelphia Eagles, and New England Patriots.

Towards the end of the 2004 regular season, reports were coming out that Moulds would be possibly be traded or cut before the 2005 season. During that time the Denver Broncos reportedly started showing great interest in Moulds. The Bills decided to keep Moulds and didn't restructure his contract.

During the 2005 regular season, Moulds questioned play calling during a Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins and was suspended the next week against the New England Patriots. He rebounded nicely in Week 15 against the Denver Broncos with 9 catches for 110 yards, including a big 27 yard catch, in his last home game with the Bills.

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