Bills Might Trade Peters If Two Sides Can't Reach Agreement on New Deal

by Ryan Wilson

Last offseason, Bills left tackle Jason Peters held out for more dough, the team didn't budge, and he eventually reported to work the day before the season opener.

Not surprisingly, Peters had a tough go of it in 2008. And while the Panthers just rewarded Jordan Gross with a six-year, $60 million deal, Peters is still looking for his big payday. Buffalo is willing to negotiate, but as it stands, the two sides have different notions of fair-market value. And even though Peters has two years left on his existing contract, there's virtually no way he'll play another down in Buffalo without a new deal, at least from the perspective of March.

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