Buffalo Bills: 3 deals the team still has left to do before 2020 season
These are three deals the Buffalo Bills still have to get done before the start of the season.
The Buffalo Bills season is less than two weeks away and less than one week to finalize their 53-man roster. The team has been very active this offseason but there are still a few things left for them to check off their list before the start of the year.
The team made a big splash early in the offseason by trading for wide receiver Stefon Diggs. He gives this offense that clear number one wide receiver to help Josh Allen take that next step in Year 3. However, it wasn’t the only move as they focused on both the offensive and defensive line with signings like Mario Addison, Vernon Butler, Quinton Jefferson, Daryl Williams, and Brian Winters.
In the NFL Draft, the Bills focused on the offensive side of the ball with picking Zack Moss in the third round, Gabriel Davis in the fourth, and Isaiah Hodgins in the sixth. Their first pick, which came in the second round, was defensive end A.J. Epenesa. They also selected Tyler Bass, who has already been named the team’s starting kicker.
More recently, the Buffalo Bills were able to reach long term deals with offensive tackle Dion Dawkins and head coach Sean McDermott. These were important moves that help them secure key pieces to their franchise.
While the Buffalo Bills have accomplished a great deal to improve this franchise for this coming season but solidified their long term success, these are a few things that are left they need to try and get done before the start of the season.