The Bills have signed former Bengals and Niners OLB Manny Lawson. The former 1st-round pick saw very limited use with Cincinnati over the past 2 years. Lawson reportedly told his agent at the end of 2012 that he wanted to get back to a 3-4 defense. The Bills hired former Jets DC Mike Pettine in the same role this year and appear to be planning at least a hybrid scheme with 3-4 and 4-3 elements. Lawson can rush the passer and cover RBs and TEs on pass routes. He looks like a 3-down player for Buffalo and a potential deep fantasy football sleeper for your IDP squad.
LB Manny Lawson reached a reported 1-year, $3 million deal with the Bengals on Monday night. After spening his 1st 5 years in San Francisco -- mainly as a 3-4 OLB -- Lawson looks like the strong side favorite in Cincy. He did spend the early part of his Niners career working in a 4-3 front, and Lawson has proved a good coverage player. He shouldn't be in line for much of an IDP impact, though. His contract could be another sign that Rey Maualuga is entrenched at MLB. Maualuga spent the past 2 seasons as the starting SLB.
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