Spencer Brown practices at Buffalo Bills training camp after missing offseason workouts

Spencer Brown, Buffalo Bills (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)
Spencer Brown, Buffalo Bills (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images) /

While the Buffalo Bills will be without a few key starters to start training camp, most notably Tre’Davious White (PUP list) and Rodger Saffold (NFI list), one player who will be available for the first time this offseason is starting right tackle Spencer Brown.

On Sunday, head coach Sean McDermott said that Brown has missed offseason workouts due to an injury but will be available for the first practice of training camp. He said the biggest focus for Brown will be to knock off some of the rust after missing workouts, according to Thad Brown with WROC.

Spencer Brown a key to the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line in 2022

The Buffalo Bills drafted Spencer Brown in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft and it didn’t take long for him to be added to the starting offensive line. In Week 4, the Bills made Brown the starting right tackle with Daryl Williams moving inside from right tackle to right guard and Cody Ford moving to the bench.

As the season progressed, there were certainly some struggles but for the most part, Brown had a promising rookie season even with dealing with a back injury and being placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list during the season. In total, Brown would appear in 13 regular season games with 10 starts as well as start both playoff games for the Buffalo Bills.

Now entering his second season, the hope is that Brown can continue to develop and solidify that spot on the offensive line. While the Bills did add some depth and potential competition, like David Quessenbury, there is no question that they believe Spencer Brown is the starting right tackle for this team.

It is certainly good to see that Spencer Brown will be available for a full training camp as he enters a pivotal season in his career.