Buffalo Bills: Predicting the 53-man roster after the 2021 NFL Draft
Offensive Line (9)
Dion Dawkins, Forrest Lamp, Mitch Morse, Jon Feliciano, Daryl Williams, Spencer Brown, Tommy Doyle, Cody Ford, Ryan Bates
The Buffalo Bills added a number of offensive linemen this offseason by re-signing Jon Feliciano and Daryl Williams along with the signings of Forrest Lamp and Bobby Hart in free agency. They then would draft three offensive linemen during the 2021 NFL Draft with Spencer Brown, Tommy Doyle and Jack Anderson.
However, with limited roster spots the Bills only keep nine offensive linemen in these projections with seventh round draft pick Jack Anderson not making the final 53-man roster. The reason the Bills are able to keep only nine is that the players they have after the starters bring versatility and can play multiple positions.
For example, Cody Ford is a player that can play either guard spot and right tackle while Ryan Bates is a player who can back up at tackle and at center. This is another position group that the Buffalo Bills are going to have some tough decisions and likely cut some good players.