Buffalo Bills News: Focus on the outside free-agent market

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The Buffalo Bills don’t have any major in-house free agents this offseason, meaning the focus can be paid to those on the open market.

The Buffalo Bills are in a great position when it comes to adding talent this offseason.

And while some other teams deal with drama surrounding the process of re-signing players, the Bills don’t have any major players from last season to bring back on a new deal.

That means the next six weeks will be filled with some minor deals, such as the recent one that brought back Reid Ferguson as the long snapper on a new deal.

Once March arrives we can start getting excited about some new players who can end up playing in Buffalo in 2019. And this is all before the madness of the NFL Draft arrives.

It is a cold one outside today so warm yourself up and be sure to check out all the latest Bills coverage here on BuffaLowDown. I will personally be hiding under blankets all day pretending it isn’t freezing cold outside.

And with that, here is today’s Morning Charge. Remember to bring your pets inside. They get cold too!

Buffalo Bills News:

Remaining in-house free agents at the end of January (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

Take a look at the in-house free agents that do remain. None of the names will jump off the page to fans, but the front office may be interested in keeping a few of the players.

Interesting pick in Lance Zierlein’s first 2019 mock draft (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

A top prospect is healthy and could be one of the first players taken in April’s NFL Draft. He could even end up in Buffalo.

Ravens hire Bills quarterbacks coach David Culley (Buffalo Rumblings)

Some coaching staff news came out on Tuesday, this time in the form of a subtraction for the staff. Now the Bills need to find a new QB coach this offseason.

Josh Allen earns high praise from Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)

We end this Morning Charge with some good vibes courtesy of Jim Kelly.

Let’s hope his words ring true for the Bills moving forward.