On this episode of Talking Buffalo, Patrick Moran reacts to the second day of NFL free agency, highlighted for the Buffalo Bills by re-signing star defensive end DaQuan Jones to a two-year deal and their first outside addition.

Monday overnight into Tuesday morning saw the Bills bring back the 32-year old Jones on a two-year deal that reportedly comes in around $16 million. Patrick has plenty thoughts on the re-signing and considering he’s been saying on this show for weeks that bringing back Jones was his single-biggest priority if it were up to him, they’re as positive as expected. A healthy Jones even at his age is big boost to the defense because not only can he still play at a high level, but he elevates other guys around him like Ed Oliver and Terrell Bernard.

Patrick also has a collection of thoughts on the Bills also bringing back defensive end AJ Epenesa and safety Cam Lewis, both returning to significant depth roles and in the case of Lewis, could even get a crack at taking over for Micah Hyde, pending on how the rest of the offseason plays out.

The Bills did dip into the free agent market outside of the team, inking Philadelphia linebacker Nicholas Morrow to a one-year deal. Patrick shares what he’s learned about him so far, making it easy to assumption he’s a depth replacement for Tyrel Dodson.

Also, Jordan Poyer signed with Miami on Tuesday and that’s sure to cause some hard feelings. That plus the Sabres are still alive–maybe even very much alive and more.


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