5 way-too-early draft needs for the Buffalo Bills in 2024 NFL Draft

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The Buffalo Bills have clearly made it a point that they are going to build through the NFL Draft and try to address key needs of their roster during those seven rounds. They have had some good success doing that by drafting players like Josh Allen, Matt Milano, Tre'Davious White, and Greg Rousseau.

Next offseason, the Bills once again are expected to be limited in salary cap but could have a number of holes they need to fill on their roster. This could be due to players expected to leave in free agency or older veterans that the Bills may want to find their replacement.

While plenty can change between now and then, this is an early look at five potential positions the Bills could look to address during the 2024 NFL Draft.

5 way-too-early draft needs for the Buffalo Bills in 2024 NFL Draft


For the past few seasons, the Buffalo Bills have known who their starter was going to be after signing Mitch Morse as a free agent in 2019. He once again is set to return as the starter but after this season is a question mark.

Morse is under contract through the 2024 season but he has a cap hit of $11.5 million and if the Bills were to release him, it would save over $8 million in cap space. Even if they don't release him, he is likely to be extended past this season so finding his replacement next offseason and giving him a year to learn behind Mitch Morse could make sense.