Buffalo Bills: 3 players in Super Bowl LV who could be free agent targets
The front office is going to have a tough decision about whether or not to re-sign Daryl Williams at right tackle. He was signed to a one-year deal and played very well at the position and will likely get a raise this offseason.
If the team is not able to re-sign him, they could look to another former Carolina Panthers player, and current Kansas City Chief, Mike Remmers. He will be lining up in Super Bowl LV at left tackle for the Chiefs but has had most of his success at right tackle.
This is one of the reasons the Buffalo Bills could be interested in Remmers is for his versatility. He has played both tackle positions, as well as inside at guard, and this could be a big positive for the offensive line.
The Bills are likely to let Ty Nsekhe leave in free agency this offseason and the team could use an experienced tackle like Remmers either starting at right tackle or being that swing backup that can play either position if the need were to arise.