Reid Ferguson is often overlooked on the Buffalo Bills but is one of the best long-snappers in the NFL. He has been on the 53-man roster for the past six seasons and is the longest tenured player on the Bills if including the season he spent on the practice squad in 2016.
This is a move that likely doesn't create much cap space as he has a cap hit of only $1.21 million but he is a critical part of special teams. I would expect this to be one of the easier contract negotations for the Bills and one they will get done but might not be a priority.
Spencer Brown is entering the final year of his rookie contract after being drafted in the third round by the Bills in the 2021 NFL Draft. He has been a starfter for most of the past three seasons but this year was the first time he played every regular season game.
Brown also played his best football as he looked to be past his back surgery he had during the 2022 offseason that lingered into the 2022 season. According to Pro Football Focus, he allowed only five sacks all season.
With how the offensive line performed as a whole, the Bills will want to try to keep this group together as much as possible. A long-term extension would make sure that right side along with O'Cyrus Torrence is in place for the next few seasons.