Drafted by the Mike Mularkey Bills in 2005, wide receiver Roscoe Parrish has had four different offensive coordinators during his tenure in Buffalo.
And none of them have known exactly what to do with him.
So with Parrish mostly riding the pine these days, the Bills have decided to see what they can get for him.
A league source tells PFT’s Mike Florio that Parrish is on the trade block and he could be dealt as soon as the week.
Possible destinations include the Chiefs, Jaguars, and Redskins.
The Bills are rather short on the offensive line, but it seems more likely that Buffalo would be able to get a late-round draft pick in exchange for Parrish, who is under contract through 2011.
Parrish has no catches on the season as a wide receiver. He has one punt return for five yards.