5 Buffalo Bills who could be cut after the 2023 NFL Draft

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Greg Mancz

One position that the Buffalo Bills have given a lot of attention to leading up to the NFL Draft has been the interior offensive line, particularly at center.

Mitch Morse has been the starting center since the 2019 season for the Buffalo Bills but he will be 31 years old entering this season. In addition, Morse has a cap hit in 2024 of $11.5 million but if he were released after this season, the Bills would save $8.5 million in cap space, according to Over the Cap.

When considering this could be Morse’s last season with the team, it makes sense to identify his potential replacement now that could be the starter in 2024 but this season be the backup to Morse, who also has missed four games over the past three seasons.

If the Buffalo Bills were to draft a backup center in the NFL Draft, then Greg Mancz’s roster spot is in jeopardy. Mancz was signed last offseason and spent the majority of the year on the Buffalo Bills practice squad. He is a veteran offensive lineman with 32 career starts but with limited position versatility, he probably has a tough path to making the 53-man roster.