The position that has probably seen the most turnover this offseason has been at offensive guard as the Buffalo Bills brought in three players who could end up being a starter this season.
The most newsworthy addition this offseason was free agent Connor McGovern, who received the longest free agent contract from the Bills at three years. The former Dallas Cowboys guard is almost certainly going to be a starter this season and likely replace Rodger Saffold.
As for the other guard position, the Bills have created some excellent competition for last year's starter, Ryan Bates. The Bills would draft O'Cyrus Torrence, who was one of the best guards in the 2023 NFL Draft and is ready right now to be a starter.
In addition to Torrence, the Bills also signed free agent David Edwards, who was coached by current Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer when they were both on the Rams. He only played four games last season after suffering two concussions during the season but has 45 career starts at guard.
This was a weakness of the offensive line last year but the Buffalo Bills made this position a priority and it is the most improved position compared to last season.