5 Buffalo Bills who could be cut after the 2023 NFL Draft
The Buffalo Bills secondary isn’t as much of a pressing need this NFL Draft compared to last year when Tre’Davious White was rehabbing from a torn ACL and Levi Wallace left in free agency to sign with the Pittsburgh Steelers. While the front office doesn’t necessarily need to add to the position, in a league that is pass-heavy it is not a bad idea to add more talent to this part of the roster.
If the Bills were to add either a cornerback or safety, then Siran Neal is a player who could be cut after the NFL Draft. Siran Neal was a fifth round pick by the Buffalo Bills in the 2018 NFL Draft and has been a key part of the special teams unit in his time in Buffalo.
However, he hasn’t been able to create a bigger role on the defensive side of the ball and he has actually seen his snaps drop over the years, down to only 6% this past season.
Similar to some of these other positions, the Bills could have other options, and one player that could be released is Zayne Anderson. He signed a two-year contract earlier this offseason and has primarily been a special teams player but releasing Neal would create over $2.2 million in cap space which is much more than releasing Anderson.