One player each team should want to re-sign

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The Bills have all kinds of cap space issues in the new league year, and it’s going to take some major machinations — primarily with Josh Allen’s contract — just to get the team in line with the NFL’s requirements. That probably leaves veteran Micah Hyde on the outside looking in, as Hyde had great seasons in 2023. Jordan Poyer is a free agent in 2025, and the Bills are hoping for better work in coverage than Poyer had last season.

So re-signing Rapp, who played well on a one-year, 41.77 million deal in 2023, would make a ton of sense. Rapp allowed nine catches on 17 targets for 139 yards, 34 yards after the catch, one touchdown, one interception, one pass breakup, and an opponent passer rating of 75.4 — which was far better than what Hyde or Poyer were able to put up. Rapp did deal with injuries, especially down the stretch, but who wasn’t injured on that defense last season? He brings youth, technique, and energy to a defense in need of all three of those things. — Doug Farrar, Touchdown Wire

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