Buffalo Bills: Where the roster can be improved this offseason

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As the Buffalo Bills continue to transition under Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott, more roster spots will be filled with players the pair feels fits their mold.

The Buffalo Bills roster continues to be in constant flux as Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane attempt to find players that fit their mold. However, as they work to bring players that possess the qualities they desire, they have moved players out and created additional holes on the roster.

Moving out Sammy Watkins and Marcell Dareus took the two of the most talented players on the roster and created holes in their place. In other places, the team has been forced to sign veterans for cheap to begin to build the culture they want.

With several top picks this season, the team can begin to select the players they want and build a younger, more cost-effective team. However, there are players out on the open market that they could get that may fit perfectly into their system – much like Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer last season.

With either route they take, the team will be in their first offseason with both McDermott and Beane working together through free agency and the draft. The roster will continue to change and reflect the attitude and attributes the two want this team to have.

Here are several positions in which the team could improve, and options for the Bills in both free agency and the draft.

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