These are six players that will likely still on the Buffalo Bills five years from now.
Since Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane joined the Buffalo Bills in 2017, the roster has gone over a tremendous overhaul. The longest tenured Buffalo Bills player is defensive end Jerry Hughes, who is entering his eighth season with the franchise.
When franchises don’t have stability in their front office and their coaching staff, then it usually means players don’t last very long either. There is plenty of reasons from players not fitting the new coaching staff’s scheme, teams are looking to rebuild and will cut veterans to save salary cap or create a path for younger players.
The Buffalo Bills have gone through that the past three years but now have some foundational players that they can build around and be long term answers. The interesting thing with the Bills though is they do not have any player under contract for longer than five years. Any player that is on the roster by 2025 means the team would have had to negotiate another deal between now and then.
These are six players that the Buffalo Bills will likely try to bring back and have on the roster five years from now.