One position that the Buffalo Bills didn't really address this offseason was cornerback however this is the year that they see the dividends from the investments they made last offseason. At this time last year, Tre'Davious White was a big question mark as he tried to return from a torn ACL.
He would miss over half the season and during that time the Bills had to lean on younger players like Dane Jackson, Kaiir Elam, and Christian Benford. That experience really helps establish this position as one of the best on the roster now with White back and looking close to 100%.
This season, the Bills are going to have two of those three young cornerbacks as backups along with Cameron Dantzler, a former third round pick, and Cam Lewis, who likely will be the backup to Taron Johnson at nickel.
The Buffalo Bills have five cornerbacks who could theoretically be starters this season and the coaching staff should be confident in any of them starting. It is rare to find that kind of depth and this position is set up much better to handle any injuries that may occur over the season.