4 positions the Buffalo Bills may still address after 2023 NFL Draft

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At this point of the offseason, the Buffalo Bills front office should be confident in the job they have done and how they have been able to improve this roster. Entering the offseason, the Bills had a number of needs and were able to address them by bringing some players back, like Jordan Poyer, but also upgrading other positions like at offensive guard and tight end.

While the Bills have one of the top rosters in the league, it isn't perfect. There are areas that the front office could be focused on adding players to leading up to training camp and the 2023 season, with the primary focus to be adding depth and not necessarily looking for starters.

4 positions the Buffalo Bills may still address after 2023 NFL Draft


The Buffalo Bills know who their starter is going to be for this upcoming season and it will be the same player that has been in that role since 2019 when the team signed Mitch Morse as a free agent. He is a veteran center that has been a steady presence on the offensive line and is coming off his first Pro Bowl nomination.

However, Morse does have an injury history and missed games two of the past three years with the Bills. The team unfortunately doesn't have a clear backup if Morse is forced to miss time this upcoming season.

The most likely candidate would be Ryan Bates, who was the team's starting right guard last year but appears to be moving to a backup role with the addition of Connor McGovern, David Edwards and second round draft pick O'Cyrus Torrence. While Bates can play center, he doesn't have as much experience and the team could add a player with more experience at the position to upgrade the spot.