Rodger Saffold makes it clear: He wants to stay with Bills in Buffalo

Rodger Saffold is not being shy: He wants to re-sign with the Buffalo Bills this offseason.

Saffold originally signed a one-year deal with the team this past offseason.

Over the weekend during the Bills’ “mini-bye week” after playing on Thursday, Saffold took some time to jump on his social media account on Twitter.

There, Saffold put his thoughts into the world: He wants to be re-signed by the Bills (9-3) this spring:

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Saffold did tag the wrong Brandon Beane in his tweet, but the general manager of the Bills will have certainly heard about the message by now.

Saffold, now 34, could still have at least another year in the tank. Plus, the Bills do seem to like what he brings to the table. He has consistently started at left guard throughout the season.

Also as consistent is Pro Football Focus. The football analytics outlet has named Saffold as the weak link on the Buffalo offensive line throughout their weekly rankings.

Even so, the eye test sees a steady player on an O-line that has been inconsistent at other spots this year. The Bills might be smart to start discussions with Saffold sooner rather than later.


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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire