Buffalo Bills: 5 players playing for their job at training camp

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Which players on the Buffalo Bills are playing for their jobs at training camp this year?

Training camp in the NFL is that time of the season when questions become answers, positions start to get solidified, and some players are playing for their job not at their position but to also stay on the team. The Buffalo Bills did not have a big splashy free agency like they have had in recent memory.

Instead, because of the limited cap space and having to restructure various contracts, upper management took more of a “humble” approach to free agency. Their “biggest free agent splash” was offensive guard Connor McGovern because he was signed to the longest contract out of all the free agents (three years worth $23 million). 

In addition, they also signed Damien Harris to join James Cook in a running back committee, two receivers in Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield, as well as drafted various positions on the offensive side of the ball. However, the Bills also made a late free agent splash by signing Leonard Floyd to a one-year, $9 million deal

As the Bills prepare to head to St. John’s Fisher University for training camp, there are five players who could be seeing their final days with the Bills or at the minimum, their starting jobs.