Perhaps nobody embraces the brotherhood of football more than Buffalo Bills cornerback Levi Wallace. All Wallace has done since making the team as an undrafted free agent in 2018 is win the starting outside cornerback job opposite Tre'Davious White and keep it while fending off all challengers. Still, unlike White, Wallace's job is far from secure heading into his fourth season.
Contract extension talks between the Buffalo Bills and their star quarterback Josh Allen have hit a stand-still. According to Kim Jones from the NFL Network, there is “no current momentum toward a deal. While many other players such as Fred Warner, Braden Smith and Jonathan Allen are getting extensions during the 2021 offseason, Allen’s extension seems to not be a priority to both parties.
Bills Safety Micah Hyde recalled being immediately impressed with general manager Brandon Beane for going big — in numbers and size — to address the team’s defensive line needs during the NFL draft. Using Buffalo’s top two picks to select 6-foot-6, 266-pound Greg Rousseau and 6-3, 281-pound Carlos Basham not only added bulk up front, Hyde said the benefits should filter back to the secondary. “That’s just the type of guys that we want on our defense,” Hyde said Thursday.