When it comes to defensive ends, the Bills certainly haven't been quiet.
Mario Williams ring a bell?
But the Bills aren't done there -- or at least they aren't done looking.
On Tuesday, they tweeted a picture of current free agent defensive end Mark Anderson meeting with Bills staff.
On Wednesday, Anderson will visit the facility.
This isn't the first NFL visit for Anderson, who has had a busy offseason after reestablishing himself with the Patriots last season, recording 10 sacks and two forced fumbles.
Anderson met with the Baltimore Ravens earlier on Tuesday, and had previously met with the Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans.
The Titans have been ruled out after signed Kamerion Wimbley instead, and the Dolphins, well, does anybody really want to play there these days?
Regardless, there's plenty of interest in Anderson, who appears to have played his way out of New England (due to solid play) at least as of now.
The Patriots signed defensive linemen Jonathan Fanene and Trevor Scott so far this offseason, but it's been pretty quiet at Gillette on the Anderson front.