Buffalo Bills president Tom Donahoe said Friday the team may not be able to afford wide receiver Peerless Price. "We have more than one guy to sign," Donahoe told the Associated Press. "And we're not going to break the bank for one player. As much as we like Peerless, we can't do that from a team standpoint."
The Bills have until Thursday to decide whether to use the transition or franchise tag on Price, which would net the wideout between $4.5 and $5 million for the 2003 season. If Buffalo opts to turn the second wide receiver spot over to Josh Reed, the Titans have already expressed interest in bringing Price, a former Volunteer standout, home to Tennessee.
I think thats pretty much it for peerless at the Bills. I dont see the titans getting him, but you never know.