Buffalo Bills mock draft after re-signing Matt Milano and Daryl Williams

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – APRIL 25: A wide shot of the stage as Ed Oliver is selected by the Buffalo Bills on day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft on April 25, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

As the league new year just around the corner, the Buffalo Bills may end up being more active prior to free agency than in free agency. The Bills have made a bevy of moves including three pay cuts, one to Mitch Morse, another to Vernon Butler, and the last to Mario Addison. These pay cuts were largely responsible for creating the cap space that enabled the Buffalo Bills to re-sign both Matt Milano and Daryl Williams.

On top of these pay cuts, the Buffalo Bills also released John Brown and Quinton Jefferson which freed up about $14M in cap space. However, by making all of these moves so far this offseason the Bills have both reduced the number of gaps in their roster while also creating new ones.

As the roster currently stands, in no particular order the main positions of need are at right guard, cornerback, edge rusher, tight end, wide receiver, interior defensive lineman, and running back. There are some other minor areas that could use either depth or a versatile prospect to fill the role, but these are the main areas to focus on moving forward.

With seven picks and seven positions of need that I mentioned, I will try to touch on each one of those areas in this mock draft. As always I will be using the Pro Football Focus mock draft simulator to perform this mock draft.

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