Which players on the Buffalo Bills defense need to impress in minicamp this offseason?
The Buffalo Bills report for mandatory minicamp on June 13th where the position battles will begin. While these minicamps do not decide who makes the roster and who does not, it is still an opportunity for players to prove their worth to make the 53-man final roster for Week 1.
The NFL is all about competition and putting the best 22 players on the field and 53 players on each roster. This all starts in the offseason once free agency and the draft are concluded. All of the players who have a chance to make the roster are training and will be battling for a final spot on the roster in August.
As we approach the start of the season, the Bills' defense is looking to run it back as one of the top units in the league. They have lost key pieces (Tremaine Edmunds to Chicago), but they have also improved with depth and brought back key players who should make an impact this season.
Although, with new faces on the defensive side of the ball, that should scare some players who could be at risk of being cut by the start of the season. Here are the five Bills players on defense who need to impress at minicamp.