Buffalo Bills: Top questions entering training camp in 2019
What will the starting offensive line look like?
There wasn’t a position group that got more of an overhaul this offseason than the offensive line. The Bills knew this was a weakness last year and it certainly didn’t help having a rookie quarterback under center.
The front office signed six offensive linemen in free agency led by center Mitch Morse. He was joined by Spencer Long, Ty Nsekhe, Jon Feliciano, Quinton Spain, LaAdrian Waddle. They also added Cody Ford, a highly regarded prospect in the second round.
These seven players will be joining Dion Dawkins, who is likely the only player returning from last year’s starting five. Dawkins, along with Morse, are the two players entering camp who are confident in their place on this line. This opens up for some great training camp competition and should give the Bills one of the better offensive lines they have had in years.