5 free agent defensive linemen still available the Buffalo Bills could sign

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Emmanuel Ogbah

Emmanuel Ogbah has played for the Miami Dolphins over the past four seasons but was released this offseason as the Dolphins needed to clear salary cap. The veteran pass rusher bounced back with 5.5 sacks and nine QB hits after only one sack in nine games in 2022.

However, both totals are well below his first two seasons with the Dolphins with a combined 18 sacks and 45 QB hits between 2020 and 2021. He is a little older as he will be turning 31 during the season but the Bills rotate frequently at the position so most will play between 35% and 45% of the defensive snaps.

The best-case scenario for the Buffalo Bills would be to sign Ogbah to a one-year deal and he would have a similar season to what Leonard Floyd did with lower snaps but be more efficient and finish with close to double digit sacks.