It is understood the Buffalo Bills are unwilling to meet the demands of Stephon Gilmore and are prepared to let walk into Free Agency.
In 2016, Gilmore appeared in 15 games and recorded 48 tackles, five interceptions, and 12 pass defenses for the Bills. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 61 cornerback out of 112 qualifying players.
Gilmore is demanding top cornerback money from the Bills as he seeks an extension with Buffalo, but the Bills are believed to have quickly denied the $15-17 million per season Gilmore is reportedly have requested.
Gilmore will now try to get that contract on the open market. It is unlikely he will get the money he is seeking, but another team will likely give him more than what the Bills will.
Gilmore added that he’s looking to sign with whichever team really wants him.
“No hopes,” Gilmore said when asked where he wants to go. “Whatever happens is going to happen. But I want to be wanted wherever I go.
“I put it in God’s hands. If it’s somewhere else, it is what it is.”
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