By Jack Ryan
OTA’s are starting all over the NFL this week — the Eagles begin tomorrow — and a couple of ex-Birds may be on the endangered species list:
Bills RB LeSean McCoy (above) — “Shady” should probably look to put his Buffalo house on the market.
He’ll be 31 in July, averaged a career-low 3.2 yards per carry last year, the Bills added Frank Gore, T.J. Yeldon, and third-rounder Devin Singletary to the backfield, and they can save $6.175 million in cash and cap space by releasing McCoy.
Panthers WR Torrey Smith — Carolina just signed Aldrick Robinson on Friday, and added Chris Hogan last month (though he is no lock to make the team).
But the Panthers can save $5 million in cash and cap by releasing or trading Smith, who caught just 17 passes for 190 yards last year.