ESPN.com's Mike Rodak lists the Bills as a possible landing spot for free agent FS Malcolm Jenkins.
Coming off a down season, Jenkins could be a low-cost option to replace Jairus Byrd. He figures to command $4-5 million annually on a multi-year deal. The Bills have only 2013 fourth-rounder Duke Williams and Da'Norris Searcy as candidates to start opposite Aaron Williams.
The Cardinals have designated Colledge as a post June 1 cut, so his $4.6 million in dead money will be spread out of the next two years. His release creates a total of $2.3 million in cap savings. Earl Watford will compete for Arizona's starting right guard job in 2014.