The Buffalo Bills were very active this past week once the salary cap was announced. The $182.5 million salary cap created some challenges but general manager Brandon Beane did an excellent job navigating and now setting the team up to be successful heading into free agency later this week.
The team started out by coming to an agreement on salary cuts with center Mitch Morse, defensive tackle Vernon Butler, and defensive end Mario Addison. They then cut wide receiver John Brown and defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson.
These moves allowed the Buffalo Bills to work out new deals with starting linebacker Matt Milano, starting right tackle Daryl Williams, and starting right guard Jon Feliciano on Sunday. These were potentially going to create some of the big needs they needed to address this offseason if those three players left.
However, the way the contracts were structured still leaves some cap space available to continue to make more moves. These are the top five position needs the Buffalo Bills will need to address this offseason, which can come in free agency or in the NFL Draft.