Bills Looking Into Acquiring John Henderson

The Buffalo Bills could now be trying to trade there new fourth round draft pick that they just acquired from the Philadelphia Eagles (121 overall) to the Jacksonville Jaguars for defensive tackle John Henderson several sources tell ProFootballCentral. The deal would reunite Marcus Stroud and Henderson who were a dynamic duo in Jacksonville for several years. There are many outlets that are labeling the Bills in need for a left tackle, defensive end and tightend and while those three needs are correct, so is the need for a dominate defensive tackle to line up next to Stroud. The Bills do have Kyle Williams, Spencer Johnson and former first round draft pick John McCargo all on there roster but as of now, none of them have established themselves as a legitimate starter next to Stroud. Henderson, did have a drop off year last year and may have fell out of favor with head coach Del Rio who is rumored to be looking to go young at the defensive tackle position and has been pondering trading the eight year veteran. One thing that is for sure, is that if the Bills don’t think that Henderson is an intense player then they need to look at this video.