Stallworth gets a workout with Bills

AP

With David Nelson done for the year and the Bills apparently not completely thrilled with their depth at the position, the team kicked the tires on a veteran receiver on Monday.

But it wasn’t Plaxico Burress or Chad Johnson or Terrell Owens (hey, he already has the key to the city).  It was Donte’ Stallworth.

The Bills also worked out receiver Danario Alexander on Monday.

Stallworth, a first-round pick way back in 2002, has played for the Saints, Eagles, Patriots, Browns, Browns, Ravens, and Redskins.  He was cut by the Patriots during training camp this year.

4 responses to “Stallworth gets a workout with Bills

  1. Derek Hagan should’ve been kept …

    I believe they have plans for Marcus Easily from the practice squad … but their 53 man roster cutdown was way too risky @ WR

  2. Should have kept Hagan and Roosevelt. Hagan was good enough to land on the 53, they just had too many other needs at the time. Roosevelt had chemistry with Fitzpatrick, which would be helpful right now. Does Stallworth even have anything left in the tank? Also, If he did have anything left don’t you think the Patriots would have kept him? The Bills are solid with Stevie Johnson, Donald Jones, T.J. Graham and Brad Smith, but they need at least 2 more Receivers that can sub and play Special Teams too. Preferably someone better than Ruvell Martin, who is a great Special Teamer, but a terrible Receiver.

  3. Just another example on why the Bills haven’t been to the playoffs in a decade. I don’t mean to hate, but they cut too many receivers in the pre-season, but kept 4 QB’s? You can kill two birds with one stone in Brad Smith (Who can’t play either positions, but they bought him from the Jets so he would stop killing them). Who is running things at 1 Bills Dr.?

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