Buffalo Bills: Predicting the offensive depth chart before the 2023 NFL Draft

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Tight End

Starter: Dawson Knox

Backup: Quintin Morris, Zach Davidson

The tight end position is the only one on the offensive side of the ball that the Buffalo Bills have not added any free agents to this offseason. In fact, the only change to this point has been the departure of Tommy Sweeney, who was signed by the New York Giants.

As the depth chart currently stands, the Buffalo Bills still have Dawson Knox who has been the starter for the past three seasons and should remain the starter for the foreseeable future after signing a contract extension last offseason.

After Knox is Quintin Morris, who was a pleasant surprise after beating out O.J. Howard in training camp to be the backup or second tight end for this offense. He should once again compete for that spot but with how deep the position is in the 2023 NFL Draft, Morris likely will find himself competing with a rookie.