The unofficial start of free agency saw the Buffalo Bills address a number of key needs but also lose a couple of starters from last year
While teams aren’t able to officially sign players until this afternoon at 4 PM when the new league year starts, the past two days NFL teams have been able to get a bit of a jump start. These teams have been able to talk with representatives of players set to be free agents and work out new deals.
For the Buffalo Bills, the first two days have been busy for general manager Brandon Beane as he first had to create some cap space. They were able to do that by releasing a few players as well as working out a two-year extension with starting center Mitch Morse that will keep him in Buffalo through the 2024 season.
This gave Buffalo just enough room to add a number of free agents and this is a recap of all the arrivals, departures, and rumors from the first two days of the legal tampering period.