Terrence McGee has been with the Bills since they took him in the fourth round of the 2003 NFL draft, and he’s been a very good player in Buffalo, both as a cornerback and as a kickoff returner. But McGee is worried that it may be coming to an end.
McGee still isn’t 100 percent healthy after suffering a torn patellar tendon in November, and he says he’s concerned that he won’t be able to show enough in training camp to demonstrate that he deserves a spot on the 53-man roster.
“That’s one of my worries right now, and it was one of my worries in OTAs; will I have enough time to get in here and get right and compete for a job?” McGee told the Democrat and Chronicle. “I can’t control it right now, all I can do is go out there and work hard and improve on something.”
Although McGee accepted a pay cut and restructured his contract in February, he still looks at the Bills’ cornerback depth chart and wonders whether he’s good enough to make the team.
“I’m at the back of the line right now,” McGee said. “There are guys way in front of me right now.”
And McGee is running out of time to catch those guys. McGee’s time in Buffalo might be up.