3 players who the Buffalo Bills could cut after minicamp

The Bills have a few key battles to watch as well, and they could end in some veterans being released before they even make the hour and twenty-minute drive to Rochester for training camp. 
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Will Clapp

The Bills signed Will Clapp to compete at center, but after drafting Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, and Alec Anderson still on the roster, whom the staff values, the Bills could let Clapp go before his tenure even begins. Buffalo signed Clapp from the LA Chargers where he spent two seasons with the team and made 14 starts. 

With all the talk about the Georgia product Van Pran-Granger starting now, the experience of Clapp won’t be enough to keep him on the roster. Clapp was signed as insurance in case the Bills didn’t find “their guy” through the draft, hoping he’d be able to compete to become Connor McGovern’s backup. Now the Bills could do him a favor and let him latch on with another team in need of Center depth. 

The Bills have a plethora of offensive line depth, and many of them are versatile enough to play multiple positions. Alec Anderson doubles as a center and guard, along with Connor McGovern. If somebody goes down or doesn’t perform as well as they had hoped, they have the Center depth to not miss a beat if Clapp is gone. Clapp is capable enough to latch on to somebody’s 53-man roster, but the Bills have too much depth to justify keeping him around.