Training camp question: Can Levi Wallace hold off Dane Jackson’s challenge for Bills starting CB spot?

Buffalo Bills’ Levi Wallace tackles Los Angeles Rams’ Cooper Kupp during the third quarter of an NFL game at Bills Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020. 

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This is the fifth in a series of key questions facing the Buffalo Bills as they prepare for training camp. This installment: Can Levi Wallace hold off Dane Jackson?

Levi Wallace’s four NFL seasons of being a starting cornerback have been loaded with pressure.

It hasn’t only been a matter of holding up against receiver after receiver trying to beat him for a catch.

It also has been a matter of holding his own against challenger after challenger trying to take the job he earned after the Buffalo Bills signed him as an undrafted free agent from the University of Alabama in 2018.

Leslie Frazier, for one, acknowledged as much when he spoke with reporters during the Bills’ offseason workouts.

“It seems like each year, Levi, once he became our starting corner, has had to fend off different guys coming in vying for the position,” the defensive coordinator said.

The list has included free-agent acquisitions Kevin Johnson (who retired last month), E.J. Gaines and Josh Norman (who weren’t re-signed and remain free agents).

Read the full story by Dale Anderson here.

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“And he stood the test every single time,” Frazier said of Wallace, who has started in each of the 35 regular-season games and three postseason…

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