The Buffalo Bills have proved over the last couple years that they are not afraid to draft a player with a checkered past.
They drafted Seantrel Henderson a couple year ago and last year they drafted Ronald Darby who turned out to be a star in the Bills secondary.
“Even though we were much criticized for that move by a lot of people in here,” Ryan said, “it ended up working out.”
Ryan and the Bills said they will continue to consider players with a checkered past.
“First off, I don’t think any of us would be here without a second chance,” Ryan said. “Certainly, that weighs into it. But you also want to know, is this a problem that’s going to be persistent or has been persistent in the young man’s life? You have to weigh those things obviously. It’s a huge investment that you make as a franchise.