The Buffalo Bills are in the midst of fixing their roster yet again.
Before the Buffalo Bills‘ offseason began, the team had a total of 24 unrestricted free agents on their roster. In addition, Buffalo had 9 restricted free agents and three exclusive restricted free agents.
Most of those free agents won’t be back next season, as most have found new homes. Players like Stephon Gilmore, Zach Brown, Justin Hunter, Aaron Williams, Corey Graham and Dan Carpenter are included in that list. Other players ended up making their way back, like Lorenzo Alexander, Colt Anderson, Jordan Mills, Ryan Groy and Tyrod Taylor.
Even with free agency winding down, the Buffalo Bills have a lot of spots to fill through the draft. Without question, this draft will not only be key to keeping the Bills in playoff contention next season, but also be vital in setting the team up for years to come.
With that being said, Bills’ fans are going to have to put a lot of trust in Terry Pegula, Doug Whaley and the new coaching staff to hopefully put an end to this lengthy playoff drought.
Let’s put all that aside for a second and have a little fun with our imagination. Let’s look at some former Buffalo Bills‘ players that would’ve helped right about now. I am going to pick 5 players that would fill some of the Bills’ major needs this offseason.
For the sake of this article, I will pick one player from each of these positions: safety, wide receiver, offensive tackle, defensive end and cornerback.
Let’s get started with the offensive players I would bring back in time.