Coach Rex Ryan expressed a big interest in bringing back Hughes, who's about to become a free agent, BuffaloBills.com reports. Ryan told FOX Sports, “I absolutely envision that. I think Jerry is an outstanding player. The last two years I’ve been against him and he’s tremendous. I hope he’s still a Buffalo Bill moving forward. Sometimes things happen where that might not be a possibility, but I believe he’s a great player and I hope he’s a Buffalo Bill for a long time.”
GM Doug Whaley and coach Rex Ryan have expressed a desire to keep Spiller, who will be a free agent this offseason, in the mix, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said Whaley, "We believe so and we’re going to try to do our darndest to get this guy in the fold and get him back. I’m sure he’s disappointed with how last year went with the injuries, but we want him to come back with us and get back to the form we know he can play at.”
Gilmore, who missed both the first and last games of the season, allowed 22 completions on the 27 passes thrown in his area (81 percent completions) in his first six games for 335 yards including four touchdowns against one interception. In his last eight games of the season Gilmore allowed just 21 completions on 42 attempts (50 percent completions) for 216 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions for an opponent passer rating of 53.27, BuffaloBills.com reports.