per PFT (of course)...
A rumor making the rounds at the Scouting Combine is that the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs are talking to the Buffalo Bills about the availability of quarterback J.P. Losman.
Losman, a first-round draft pick of the Bills in 2004, is entering the final year of his rookie contract. He has asked to be traded, and he has said that he intends to leave Buffalo after the deal expires.
The former Tulane quarterback wants out because he has lost the starting job to Trent Edwards, a third-round selection in 2007.
But the Bills would be wise to have a backup with game experience. Thus, having Losman around as Edwards develops makes sense.
The question that the Bills have to ask themselves is whether any offer for Losman is sufficiently significant to offset the risk of having to bring in a new backup to Edwards.
Then there's the issue of whether the Bills want to set a precedent that guys who are unhappy can talk their way out of town. Oh, wait . . . they already did that last year with running back Willis McGahee.
Of course this is only a rumor as much of everthing is this time of year just interested on getting everyones take on Losman. I for one dont want to give up any picks for him as he has done nothing in Buffalo, besides lose his job to a rookie. And because Im still holding onto the hope that JB will be able to get the job done with more weapons and a better OL.
Takes on the Losman rumor.....