By Tim Graham
While safety Jairus Byrd and left guard Andy Levitre have drawn most of the attention from the Buffalo Bills' unrestricted free-agent class, another interesting player is defensive end Kyle Moore.
The Bills want him back, said a source close to the team. The pass-rusher would be terrific for depth behind Mario Williams and Mark Anderson -- and capable as a starter.
Moore, who will be sidelined for a few weeks after having his knee scoped, had a bit of a breakout season as a backup pass-rusher.
Moore was inactive for the first four games but started seven of the last eight at right defensive end for the injured Anderson. Moore made 24 tackles, three of them for losses. His three sacks ranked fourth on the Bills.
ProFootballFocus.com rated Moore 26th in the NFL in "pass-rush productivity," a metric that factors sacks, quarterback hits and hurries divided by the number of pass-rushing snaps. PFF credited him with 23 hurries, tied for 30th in the league.
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