One of the biggest names that became available after the NFL Draft was former New Orleans Saints guard Larry Warford. The 28-year old has been a key part of the Saints offensive line and is currently in the midst of three straight seasons being selected to the Pro Bowl.
The Buffalo Bills made drastic changes to their offensive line last year, with four new starters joining left tackle Dion Dawkins. The results last year were relatively good and the franchise would likely feel good about the fact that they have the same starting five heading into 2020.
However, Warford is one of the better guards in the NFL and if they were to add him to this team, he would immediately be an upgrade over Jon Feliciano or Quinton Spain, who they did sign to a contract extension this offseason.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Warford is looking to make close to $7 million this year, which is something the Bills could fit in with their current salary cap space.