5 biggest roster concerns for the Buffalo Bills entering OTAs

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Interior Offensive Line

Similar to safety, the Bills have plenty of options for the interior of their offensive line but have a long-time starter that they need to replace. Any time that happens, it can create concerns because of the unknown.

The Bills released Mitch Morse this offseason and didn't sign any free agents to directly replace him. However, they would bring back David Edwards and he appears to be in line to be the starting left guard as Connor McGovern is set to move over to center.

This might not be the best plan as this now creates changes at two spots on the offensive line and in an ideal world, rookie Sedrick Van Pran-Granger takes hold of the starting job. Then McGovern could move back to left guard, where he started all last season, and Edwards could be that sixth offensive lineman/big blocking tight end, in a role he did very well in.

Aside from the questions at center, the depth along the interior offensive line might also be an issue as the Bills also traded away Ryan Bates. This leaves the backup guards as Kevin Jarvis, Will Clapp, Alec Anderson, and Keaton Bills. The Bills did also sign La'el Collins this offseason but he probably will be the backup swing tackle.

There will be plenty to sort out this summer for the Bills along the offensive line as they try to field their best starting five to protect Josh Allen.