Another player on the offensive side of the ball who could be a cap casualty after this season is starting center Mitch Morse. The Bills signed Morse as a free agent in 2019 and he has been a key part of the offensive line over the past five seasons with 69 starts during that stretch.
However, Morse will be 32 years old next season and will have a cap hit of $11.5 million in 2024. If the Bills were to release him though it would open up $8.5 million in cap space.
Among the players and coaches on this list, Morse is probably the one most likely to be back in Buffalo in 2024. The team clearly values his leadership on the offensive line and signed him to a two-year extension last offseason and Morse has wanted to stay in Buffalo as he took a pay cut the offseason before that which created $3 million in cap space.
It would not be surprising if the two sides work out another extension that lowers his cap hit next season but if that doesn't happen, then 2023 is likely his final season in Buffalo.