Early Buffalo Bills 53-man roster predictions after NFL Draft

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Tight End (3)

Dalton Kincaid, Dawson Knox, Quintin Morris

The tight end position will almost certainly be the same exact group the Bills had last season with Dalton Kincaid, Dawson Knox, and Quintin Morris. Dalton Kincaid is expected to take a big step after a promising rookie season and Dawson Knox has settled in as that backup but gives the team the option to run more two-tight end sets.

Offensive Line (10)

Dion Dawkins, David Edwards, Connor McGovern, O'Cyrus Torrence, Spencer Brown, La'el Collins, Will Clapp, Ryan Van Denmark, Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, Tylan Grable

Last year, the Buffalo Bills had the same starting five players across their offensive line for every game. However, if the Bills want to make that two years in a row they have a lot of work to do over the next few months.

The reason being is the big question mark at center and how they replace Mitch Morse, who they released this offseason. However, the coaching staff now has some options with the favorite right now being moving Connor McGovern from left guard to center. If that does happen, then it will be David Edwards as the starting left guard.

However, the ideal situation will be if free agent signing Will Clapp or if fifth-round draft pick Sedrick Van Pran-Granger can step up and prove they are capable of being the starter. This would result in the least amount of change as McGovern can remain at left guard.

The final pick the Buffalo Bills made was offensive guard Travis Clayton, who is part of the International Pathway Program, but he will almost certainly be on the practice squad this year. The reason is that they have a practice squad exemption for him so it won't count towards the 16 players available to be on the practice squad.