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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Tyus Bowser

Tyus Bowser is a similar dart throw to Charles Harris. Bowser has spent his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens since they made him a second-round pick in 2017 (47th overall). He wouldn't get his first start until the 2020 season, starting two games that year. However, he followed that up in 2021 with his best season, starting all 17 games and recording seven sacks, with 59 total tackles. Things quickly went downhill for Bowser after that. In the Ravens season finale of that season, Bowser tore his Achilles.

The injury suffered in 2021, delayed the start of this 2022 season, and he started only four games of the nine he played. He managed only two sacks that season, as he continued to try to get back to full strength before the Achilles injury. However, in 2023, he suffered a knee injury and was never able to get on the field last year, instead missing the entire season due to the injury. Given his two injuries in the past two years, he could be signed for a minimal cost and potentially serve as a valuable rotational player, provided he has fully recovered.