How could the Bills afford that? They would have a few options. The Bills are reportedly making a push to sign Ravens fullback Kyle Juszczyk, and now according to Michael Lombardi of The Ringer, the Bills are among the teams interested in Ravens right tackle Ricky Wagner Kobe Bryant Cheap Jerseys.
Juszczyk was the top-graded fullback in the league, according to Pro Football Focus, so he would come cheap relative to his peers at the position. Still, his price tag will be small compared to what Wagner could command on the open market. The Chicago Bears are also among the teams interested, and Lomardi predicts that Wagner will “blow the right tackle market up.”
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Right now, Philadelphia’s Lane Johnson is the highest paid right tackle in the league, but he is still on an expensive rookie contract and could move to the left side eventually. Wagner was one of Pro Football Focus’ top-graded right tackles in the NFL in both 2014 and 2016. He didn’t allow a sack or a quarterback hit in his final eight games of the season.
Given the strong market for Wagner, he could want to be the highest paid right tackle in football.
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They could structure the contract so that the biggest cap hits are in the backend of the contract. They would also likely need to restructure some of the contracts already on the roster to clear more cap room. While this might cause problems in future years, it would give the Bills one of the nastiest offensive lines in football to go with one of the league’s best running backs.
So, yes, the Bills could pull off this signing if they deem Wagner worth it. They would just have plenty to figure out after that.