4 free agent do-overs for the Buffalo Bills from 2022

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Last offseason, the Buffalo Bills were busy during free agency with the biggest signing being Von Miller. However, they also made some additional deals that worked out really well like signing DaQuan Jones and David Quessenberry.

However, some other moves looking back didn't work out as planned and general manager Brandon Beane probably wishes he could have a do-over. These are four moves the Bills wish they could do over and who they probably wish they signed.

*All contract figures courtesy of Spotrac.com

4 free agent do-overs for the Buffalo Bills from 2022

Rodger Saffold

Contract: 1 year, $6.5 million

The Buffalo Bills wasted no time last offseason by signing Rodger Saffold shortly after he was released by the Tennessee Titans and before the official start of free agency. He was an older player but was coming off a Pro Bowl season and was expected to help improve the run blocking on the inside of the offensive line.

He would be named to the Pro Bowl last season with the Buffalo Bills but he struggled during his time in Western New York. Pro Football Focus would give him a grade of only 43.7, which was one of the lowest among offensive guards.

The options at offensive guard were pretty limited in free agency but one player that would have been a slight improvement is Will Hernandez, who was a second round pick by the New York Giants in 2018. This past year, he signed a one-year deal worth $1,187,500 and would start 13 games for the Arizona Cardinals and finish with a PFF grade of 65.4.