Breaking down the greatest undrafted Buffalo Bills players of all-time

The Buffalo Bills have a few guys from this year's group of undrafted that could make the Bills roster in 2024, but let's look at past UDFA's and rank the best of the best.
Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills / Brett Carlsen/GettyImages
5 of 6

2. LT - Jason Peters

Jason Peters could easily be number one on this list, and I wouldn't argue too hard. He came to the Bills in 2004, going undrafted largely because he was listed as a tight end, and never played offensive tackle before signing his rookie free agent deal. Coming out of high school, he was a defensive tackle, and the Arkansas Razorbacks moved him to tight end. After joining the Bills, it took a couple of seasons to entrench himself on the offensive line, starting only 11 games those first two seasons.

During his five seasons in Buffalo, he earned second-team All-Pro honors twice and was a two-time Pro Bowler. He started 55 games for the Bills and I would have ranked him higher if he had been with Buffalo longer. Most of his career was spent with the Philadelphia Eagles after the Bills traded him in a deal that included multiple draft picks, one of which was used to select Bills center Eric Wood in the first round. Peters made Gil Brandt's top-30 undrafted players in league history, at number 22.