The Buffalo Bills have one of the best, and deepest offensive lines in all of football. The state of the unit has come a long way from the 2018 group that was one of the NFL’s worst that year.
Finding good players in the NFL Draft and finding hidden gems amongst the many undrafted free agents each year has been crucial to the Bills building their offensive line. Dion Dawkins, Cody Ford, and Ike Boettger are a few names that the Bills have found.
Probably even more important than that is Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott’s ability to find low-risk, low-cost free agents that play for a high level for the Bills once they suit up in the Buffalo blue white, and red. A few recent examples of those for the Bills are Daryl Williams, Jon Feliciano, and Quinton Spain in 2019.
Outside of Mitch Morse, the Bills have not needed to spend big on the offensive line in free agency.
Now, the Bills have one of the deepest offensive lines in the NFL, and a few linemen who doesn’t make the Bills’ roster will likely find work somewhere else. Here is a look at what the Bills crowded offensive line depth chart may look like when training camp begins.