Colts cornerback T.J. Carrie recently met with the Bills (Twitter link via ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler). This marks Carrie’s second known visit of the offseason, following a get-together with the Saints.
Last year, Carrie recorded two interceptions, a fumble recovery, and two touchdowns for the Colts. His first score came off of a pick six against the Jets in Week 3. Then, against the Titans in Week 10, he found pay dirt again on a punt return. According to the advanced metrics at Pro Football Focus, Carrie graded out as the 37th best cornerback in the NFL with a 67.9 overall grade.
Carrie was mostly used as a reserve last year, but he was first-string for much of his early Raiders tenure. With the Bills, he’d support top corners Tre’Davious White and Levi Wallace while pushing for playing time with Taron Johnson, Dane Jackson, Siran Neal, and Cameron Lewis.
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