Bills general manager Doug Whaley is more eager to see Jairus Byrd make his season debut this weekend, than to try to project the two-time Pro Bowl safety's future in Buffalo.
Whaley told The Associated Press on Thursday that while he is not actively shopping Byrd, the Bills would listen to offers if another team called.
"Our focus right now is Jairus getting on the field and playing the best he can for the Buffalo Bills," Whaley said. "We are not actively on the phone hammering out trying to look for a trade. By the same token, (team president) Russ Brandon would listen if someone wanted to trade.
"So if the phone rings, we're going to listen. But that doesn't mean we're out trying to trade."
Whaley stressed the same rule applies to any player on the roster with the NFL trading deadline approaching Oct. 29.
As for Byrd's future, Whaley didn't entirely rule out the possibility of the Bills re-signing the fifth-year player once his one-year franchise tag expires after this seaso...