5 biggest roster concerns for the Buffalo Bills entering OTAs

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The Buffalo Bills are kicking off their organized team activities this week, which gets the team one step closer to training camp. Over the next few weeks, the team is allowed up to 10 practices that don't include any contact but will give the coaching staff chances to run 7-on-7, 9-on-9, or 11-on-11 drills.

This is really the first opportunity for offensive coordinator Joe Brady and defensive coordinator Bobby Babich, along with head coach Sean McDermott, to get a closer look at the roster. There was a lot of turnover this offseason and the Bills will likely be shuffling their depth chart around a lot.

As much as general manager Brandon Beane was able to do, there are still holes on the roster and these are the five positions that are probably the biggest concerns.

5 biggest roster concerns for Buffalo Bills after 2024 NFL Draft


As is the case with a few of these positions, the concern isn't with the starters but the depth at the position. That is why the cornerback position is on this list for the Buffalo Bills.

The top of the depth chart should be pretty much set with Rasul Douglas and Christian Benford on the outside and Taron Johnson as the team's nickel. However, there is almost no experience after these three and that might be a problem if they are forced to deal with any injuries this offseason.

The next group of cornerbacks includes former first-round pick Kaiir Elam, Cam Lewis, Ja'Marcus Ingram, and sixth-round draft pick Daequan Hardy. When considering the Bills lost Tre'Davious White and Dane Jackson this offseason, it wouldn't be surprising if the Bills added another veteran before training camp.