5 biggest storylines for the Buffalo Bills entering the upcoming minicamp

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Will the Buffalo Bills stick with shuffling their offensive line?

The Buffalo Bills released long-time starting center Mitch Morse and the move could have a domino effect impacting other positions on the offensive line. The coaching staff certainly has some options here and this week will be the first real chance to gather information on what the best five might be.

One option would be for the Bills to move Connor McGovern from left guard to center. The Bills signed McGovern as a free agent last offseason and he would go on to start every game at left guard. This type of move makes sense if the coaching staff wants a veteran in this pivotal position on the offensive line.

Another option would be rookie Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, who they drafted in the fifth round of the 2024 NFL Draft. He has been a starter for the Georgia Bulldogs the past few years and has plenty of experience at the position. If he can step into that role, it would then allow the Bills to keep McGovern at left guard and might give them their best offensive line.