3 questions for the Buffalo Bills linebackers entering training camp

At arguably the biggest position of need for the Bills entering training camp, what questions are circling around the Bills' linebacker room?
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When a team has a defensive minded head coach like the Buffalo Bills, it is crucial to make sure that the unit is arguably the best one on the team. Since 2017, Sean McDermott has formed the Bills as one of the top defensive units in the league. With training camp coming up, there is a massive hole in the middle of the defense at the linebacker position. 

When the Bills decided to not bring back linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, who is now a member of the Chicago Bears, this left a great question as to who will become the new quarterback of the defense. Being arguably the most vulnerable spot on the team, it will be up to Sean McDermott to decide who will try to fill in the big shoes that have no one there currently. The one upside about this linebacker core - Matt Milano is still there and there is hope that he can step up even more as one of the leaders of the defense. 

As of now, the Bills linebacker room is filled with Milano, A.J. Klein, Tyrel Dodson, Terrel Bernard, rookie Dorian Williams, Tyler Matakevich, Travin Howard, and Leonard Floyd (who can also potentially play on the edge). Entering training camp, what are three questions that are circling the Bills’ linebacker room?