4. Kameron Cline, DL
Defensive line is a position that is just far too deep for anybody buried on the depth chart to have a chance. Obviously, it starts on the edge with veterans Von Miller and Leonard Floyd, the former being a ways away from returning after an ACL injury.
Gregory Rousseau is going to be lining up opposite of Floyd to start the year, before Miller returns, and then then team will have a nice three-headed monster off the edge.
Other defensive ends include Shaq Lawson, Boogie Basham and A.J. Epenesa, of whom one might not end up making the team. You never know, though, the Bills could surprise us and make that call.
Behind the known names, there's former South Dakota standout Kameron Cline, who has been in the league since 2020, spending all three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. Once again, because of the depth in front of him, I just see no way Cline makes this roster. He'll have to catch on somewhere else after Buffalo ultimately releases him.