These are the top three things the Buffalo Bills have left to do this offseason after the NFL Draft last week.
The last big event for the 2020 offseason took place last week with the completion of the NFL Draft. The Buffalo Bills added seven players over the course of three days and are now in the process of finalizing deals with undrafted free agents.
The Bills have been incredibly busy this offseason starting with re-signing Quinton Spain and adding Josh Norman before free agency even started. They continued to make solid additions, even though they may not have been big splashes, by signing Quinton Jefferson, Vernon Butler, A.J. Klein among other players.
The biggest move the team made was unquestionably trading for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. He now steps in as the team’s top wide receiver and gives them a dynamic weapon in the passing attack for quarterback Josh Allen.
Then during the 2020 NFL Draft, the Bills focused primarily on depth with the additions of A.J. Epenesa, Zack Moss, Gabriel Davis who likely will contribute as rookies but not necessarily as starters.
The Buffalo Bills have done a great deal in a short period of time but their work isn’t over yet. These are the top four things the Bills have left to address before the start of the 2020 season.