Buffalo Bills: Predicting the 53-man roster following rookie minicamp
Despite being several months out from training camp, the Buffalo Bills roster has gone through a lot of turnover. Let’s take a quick look at where the roster stands and what could be of the team at the training camp.
The Buffalo Bills roster has gone through a lot of changes during the past two offseasons under head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane. Both have worked to transform the roster into what they believe will be a consistent winner for years to come.
Rookie minicamps wrapped up last weekend and the Bills have a lot of new and exciting players. Several of those players came via the draft, but we will see the free agent acquisitions as organized team activities (OTAs) begin.
I fully expect the Bills to make additional moves as the offseason goes on and training camp comes. One or two unexpected wide receivers will be cut, as well as several offensive linemen. Don’t be surprised if the Bills add another receiver or two for competition or if a big name gets cut. Knowing Beane, I could see a trade happening too.
I put together a depth chart as I see it as if a 53-man roster was to be set today and a few practice squad players. While in no way do I think that this will be roster come training camp, it is an insight to the roster battles we can see. The first player in order I consider the starter, followed by the backup and so on.