4 veteran pass rushers the Buffalo Bills can still sign in 2024

The Buffalo Bills may not be done with free agency this offseason. Brandon Beane is known for some late offseason signings. What edge defenders are available that the Bills could add to the roster ahead of training camp?
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The Buffalo Bills' top three edge defenders are obvious with Von Miller, Gregory Rousseau, and A.J. Epenesa. After that, it's anyone's guess. Buffalo has added a few names to the list this offseason, such as Casey Toohill and DaWuane Smoot, along with returning players Kameron Cline and Kingsley Jonathan. Via the draft, they added Javon Solomon, who fans are excited to see on the field.

This depth chart has some potential, but Buffalo could stand to add at least one more to the mix. The issue is that the remaining list of free agents is not particularly extensive, consisting of either relatively obscure individuals or veteran players who are beyond their peak performance years. Jerry Hughes is one such vet, whose best days are behind him, and while for sentimental reasons, I wouldn't mind seeing him back in Buffalo, I did not include him on this list.

Last season, the Bills' front four was solid, and one of the top teams in the league in terms of total sacks but seem to disappear in the playoffs when they were needed. Some of that could be due to injuries, but it's anyone's guess what happened. Leonard Floyd was a great free agent addition last year, but he recorded no sacks over the final five games of the year, including the playoffs. Von Miller struggled to find his way and provide any impact once he returned to the field and we don't know what we will get from him in 2024. It makes sense for the Bills, similar to the receivers, to throw as many darts as possible, and hope a couple of them hit the bullseye.

Four free agent edge rushers the Buffalo Bills could sign for depth