BUF signs DE Mark Anderson-- Wed Mar 21 9:40 pm --
Bills continue to bolster bottom-ranked pass rush
First, Mario Williams. Now, Mark Anderson. The Buffalo Bills weren't kidding when suggesting how much they wanted to improve the pass rush this offseason. The Bills on Wednesday signed Anderson, their second significant free-agent splash in less than a week. Anderson's agent told ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss the deal is for four years and a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press it is potentially worth $27 million and includes $8 million guaranteed. The sixth-year defensive end had 10 sacks with the New England Patriots last season. (ESPN)
FF Today's Take:Free agency this offseason has turned into a nightmare for AFC East starting quarterbacks, minus Buffalo's very own Ryan Fitzpatrick of course. Tom Brady, Mark Sanchez and whoever ends up starting for the Miami Dolphins will encounter a significantly tougher task when they face the Bills' much improved pass rush in 2012.