Bills will add more depth along offensive line
The Buffalo Bills focused heavily on the offensive line last offseason and entered last year with four new starts with Dion Dawkins the only returning starter from 2018. There is no question that the performance of this group greatly improved and the team even re-signed Quinton Spain to a three-year deal recently.
While the team has their starting five likely in place for 2020, they could still use some additional depth, particular at offensive tackle.
Looking at the Buffalo Bills roster, they have really only three players who could start at either left or right tackle with Dion Dawkins, Cody Ford and Ty Nsekhe. The problem is that Cody Ford could be better suited at guard and Nsekhe has had some injury concerns while with the Bills.
It will likely not be a marquee signing but a player like LaAdrian Waddle makes sense here. He was with the Bills last year on a one-year deal but ended up on injured reserve prior to the season and didn’t get a chance to suit up for Buffalo.