Buffalo Bills: 4 free agents to consider signing after 2020 NFL Draft
One of the biggest weaknesses at this point looking at the Buffalo Bills roster has to be the depth at linebacker. The team does have two excellent starters in Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano and did add veteran A.J. Klein, who likely replaces Lorenzo Alexander in the starting lineup.
However, after those three there are some serious question marks. The team does have Vosean Joseph, who was their fifth rounder last season but missed the year due to injury, and Tyler Matakevich, but he has primarily been a special teams player.
Meanwhile, a player like Alec Ogletree could make perfect sense for this team being the primary backup to Edmunds at middle linebacker. He has been a starting linebacker for the Los Angeles Rams and the New York Giants and has had at least 80 total tackles over the past four years.
The biggest concern with Ogletree has been injures but having his experience behind Edmunds would be a nice boost for this linebacker group.