The Donovian Darius tour of the NFL continues, and Tuesday the stop was in Buffalo, where the former Jaguars safety toured the faculity of the Buffalo Bills. Darius has already spoken to a few teams, including the Radiers and Panthers about joining their squad for the 2007 season. While he has yet to get an offer, it is believed that there will be at least 2-3 teams that end up making him a deal before he decides on where he wants to play.In Buffalo, Darius could be a fit in that he could provide some veteran leadership to a young Bills D. The issue at hand is where exactly would he fit in when it comes to playing, as right now the Bills are sitting with Ko Simpson and Donte Whitner at the safety spots. Nevertheless, if Daruis could return to form following two years of injuries, a team like Buffalo could for sure use his experience.
As for connections, Darius has that as well with the Bills, as he played under current Bills coach Dick Jauron in Jacksonville where Jauron was the D-coordinator, and current Bills defensive coordinator, Perry Fewell, was the Jags secondary coach with Darius playing there. I still don’t think this is the best fit for Darius, who really could find the most playing time and be closest to the Super Bowl in Carolina with the Panthers. Plus it’s the best fit in terms of the Panthers need help at safety as well.