The Buffalo Bills are facing major adversity after just five weeks into the 2023 season.

The Bills (3-2) are coning off a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, where the offense could not help out the decimated defense.

Head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that both linebacker Matt Milano and defensive tackle DaQuan Jones need surgery for their respective injuries; Milano (knee/leg) and Jones (pectoral).

The Bills lost cornerback Tre’Davious White for the season and second-year pro Christian Benford did not play in London because of an injury. The Bills decides to make a move on Monday evening to help the depleted secondary.

According to multiple reports, the Bills are signing veteran cornerback Josh Norman.

Norman is 35 years old and last played for the Carolina Panthers in 2022 but only played in two games. He spent the 2020 season with the Bills and was a depth asset to that team’s AFC East run.

Norman was not officially retired and decides to come back to a defense he knows well. McDermott coached him in Carolina from 2012-2015. One of those seasons Norman was an all-pro.

McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane have done this a few times already — bring back a player who has previously played in Buffalo before or played under McDermott in Carolina. Norman knows the defense and doesn’t have to be brought up to speed on terminology.

However, it stands to reason, how much does Norman have left? Some Bills fans want a trade to get a starter from another team to help on defense but for now, the Bills go to someone they know and trust.

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