Originally written on BuffaLowDown  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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Scott Chandler has been making TD catches his trademark in Buffalo this season.  After being waived Dec. 1, 2010 he was quickly signed by the Bills on Dec. 2, 2010. Scott has not a problem getting chances in the NFL sense being drafted in the 4th round out of Iowa by the Chargers in 2007.  After time in San Diego he spend 2 stints with the Cowboys while spending time with the Giants in between the Cowboys stints. Chandler’s chance to start though and really show his skill set never came until he arrived in Buffalo.When Chandler arrived in Buffalo he did not get a ton of opportunities in his first action with the Bills last season.  As soon as permitted by the CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) rules Chandler was the recipient of a one year 1.2 million dollar contract by GM Buddy Nix.  A nice contract for a tight end with some NFL experience but not a ton of statistics or game tape to prove that he was anything more than a blocking TE. … [visit site to read more]Re-sign or not? Ex...
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