Buffalo Bills: 10 players who won't be on the roster in 2024

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Building a Super Bowl contender is difficult these days, but Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane has been able to put forth quite the effort.

The Bills should be, once again, in the conversation amongst the AFC's elite for the 2023 season. But, Beane went on record earlier this offseason saying he doesn't believe this year is a make-or-break season.

Does that mean he truly sees longevity within the Bills' Super Bowl window? He's not wrong, if he thinks that. But, that also means he'll continue to work the cap and structure this roster in a way that makes sense.

Looking ahead to 2024, we've come up with 10 names that the Bills will say goodbye to and won't be around for a run after this season.

Trent Sherfield won't be on the Buffalo Bills roster in 2024

It seems like for a few years now, the Bills have been looking to retool their wide receiver depth and haven't done a good job finding solidified roles since the likes of Cole Beasley's All Pro season. Trent Sherfield was a 1-year rental for 2023, and likely won't be back in 2024.

He will serve a purpose as a depth add, but won't be a big part of the offense by any means. In fact, this Bills receiving core could look much different in 2024, but we'll get to more on that later on.

Quintin Morris won't be on the Buffalo Bills roster in 2024

One thing the Bills wanted to do more of last season was to run 12 personnel, but Quintin Morris wasn't exactly the ideal fit. Now with Dalton Kincaid lining up with Dawson Knox, the Bills have their one-two punch at tight end that will allow them to run more of that style offense.

Morris' contract runs through 2024, but he leaves behind zero dead cap if cut. The Bills could likely find a replacement for Morris who might be a better blocker, which is something they need in their third tight end. Last year, he ended with a grade of just 43.8 in run blocking, per Pro Football Focus.