4 Bills who have been under-the-radar this offseason that will play big roles

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This has been a busy offseason for the Buffalo Bills with plenty of headlines from the moves they made. Early in the offseason, they would release long-time veterans like Mitch Morse, Tre'Davious White, and Jordan Poyer while other starters like Gabe Davis, Micah Hyde, and Leonard Floyd left in free agency.

It didn't really stop there as the Bills would trade their top receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans in a move that created historic dead cap but appeared to be necessary for everyone involved. There certainly has not been a shortage of what to talk about with this team as they chase their fifth straight AFC East title.

With all the headlines, there have been a number of players that have seemingly been forgotten about, or not talked about nearly enough this offseason. These players are set to play big roles this upcoming season and should be discussed.

4 Bills who are under-the-radar this offseason that will play big roles

O'Cyrus Torrence

The focus on the offensive line has been at center and left guard with the departure of Mitch Morse. At this point of the offseason, the plan is for Connor McGovern to move from left guard to center with David Edwards stepping in as the starter at left guard.

On top of that, Dion Dawkins signed a contract extension and Spencer Brown had shoulder surgery this offseason after suffering an injury against the Chiefs in the playoffs. This leaves O'Cyrus Torrence who hasn't really had a notable offseason headline, which could be great news for him entering his second season.

Torrence was a second-round pick last year and would go on to win the starting right guard spot and start every game. He did a great job on the interior of the offensive line and the Bills coaching staff is going to expect more of the same in 2024.