3.) David Edwards - Offensive Guard
The Bills signed Edwards from the Los Angeles Rams during the offseason more so as potential depth. The offensive line has been shaky throughout the Josh Allen-tenure in Buffalo, so Beane has tried to put together a unit upfront to protect the franchise.
The Bills not only brought in Edwards, but they also signed former Cowboys guard Connor McGovern to a three-year deal (which should solidify him as the starter at left guard), they drafted O’Cyrus Torrence out of Florida who did not allow a single sack in college, as well as drafted Nick Broeker out of Ole Miss. Not to mention, Ike Boettger is also returning to the team after he suffered an injury in 2021 and was not utilized in 2022.
While Edwards provides good veteran presence as a backup in this offensive line unit, he also has an injury history with concussions. He had two last season that limited his availability with the Rams last season which is now a safety matter that is not taken lightly. If Edwards is not able to impress in preseason, or even shows signs that the past concussions could still affect his game, he could see himself out of Buffalo before his tenure even started.