5 Buffalo Bills players on offense who need to impress at minicamp

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Heading into the 2023 NFL season, the Buffalo Bills are expected to have a top offensive unit in the league like they have the last three to four years. Led by Josh Allen under center, the Bills head into year two of the Ken Dorsey era as the play caller.

In 2022, the Bills finished as the 4th ranked overall offense behind Kansas City, Philadelphia and Dallas (all three who will face the Bills in 2023). Even as a top five offense, the Bills are still trying to figure out their offensive identity. Are they a fast unit? Are they a physical unit? This has been an ongoing issue with the Bills for some time now. With Dorsey going into his second year as the offensive coordinator, he will have the opportunity to fix the mistakes he made in 2022. 

The Bills upgraded their offense this offseason with signings like offensive lineman Connor McGovern, running back Damien Harris, and wide receivers Trent Sherfield and Deonte Harty. All of whom will either start or split reps with other players. McGovern should get the start at left guard, Harris should be the third down back with James Cook, and Sherfield and Harty will either be on special teams or rotate at the receiver position. 

With the Bills going into minicamp this week and training camp in July, there are five Bills players on offense who will need to have a strong minicamp in order to potentially avoid being a roster cut come Week 1.