The Buffalo Bills’ secondary has suffered vital accidents, so the workforce has referred to as in some reinforcements.
Free agent cornerback Xavier Rhodes visited with the Bills on Tuesday. According to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo, Rhodes is signing with the workforce.
Rhodes, 32, was a first-round choose by the Vikings in 2013 out of Florida State. Current Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier was his head coach in Minnesota on the time.
Rhodes made the Pro Bowl in 2016, 2017 and 2019 with Minnesota. He was additionally named All-Pro in 2017.
Rhodes spent the final two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. He had 39 tackles and an interception in 13 video games with the Colts final season.
Buffalo is coping with accidents to cornerback Dane Jackson, cornerback Christian Benford and security Jordan Poyer. On high of that, Micah Hyde is out for the season with a neck harm, and Tre’Davious White is on injured reserve. They are a skinny unit.