This offseason is certainly going to be unique with the salary cap being potentially as low as $175 million however some hope could be closer to $185 million. This creates challenges for every NFL team, including the Buffalo Bills, but also could change how some free agents approach their next contract.
Arizona Cardinals’ running back Chase Edmonds floated the idea of players potentially being willing to take one-year deals to form what he described as ‘super teams’. The idea of ‘super teams’ is not new and has happened in other sports, like the NBA, but there hasn’t been a situation of players excepting these one-year rentals to make that happen.
This raises the hypothetical question of who the Buffalo Bills might be able to add this offseason to create their own ‘super team’ for this upcoming season.
While free agency is about finding value or the ascending players, putting together a team like Edmonds is describing general manager Brandon Beane wouldn’t have to look past this season. He could add a unique blend of veterans and younger players to support the core group he has of Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Tremaine Edmunds.
In this hypothetical scenario, these are six players the Bills could add to create that ‘super team’ for this upcoming season.