The Buffalo Bills love their players that can do multiple things on the field for the team.
The Bills’ roster features players that can play multiple spots in the trenches and player that can be moved around the backfield.
But what about a guy with experience playing on both sides of the ball?
Enter Montana State’s Troy Andersen, and to some level, Buffalo has interest.
Andersen lists as a linebacker currently. However, he also played running back for the Bobcats and even quarterback.
That’s some prospect.
According to The Draft Network, the Bills met with him at the 2022 NFL scouting combine and had a formal interview with him:
Andersen is the most unique playmaker in the 2022 #NFLDraft. He played QB/LB/RB for the Bearcats. He ran the fastest 40 (4.42) among all LB’s at the combine.
— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 13, 2022
Andersen’s NFL future is hard to predict. In terms of current Bills players, he could profile as someone like Siran Neal, who contributes on special teams and plays on defense for certain packages.
But don’t sleep on Buffalo’s curiosity regarding his skills on the other side of the ball.
Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie often runs gadget-type plays for the Bills–there’s no reasons Buffalo can’t have two such players.
Considering his versatility, the Bills would probably press for Anderson to play special teams as well. He sounds like the type of guy that would be fine with that idea.