PFF suggests an obvious position need for Buffalo Bills before training camp

It would be a smart move for the Bills to address this position before training camp.
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The constant free agency moves are over as is the NFL Draft. Teams have a better understanding of where their roster is at and what could use some improvement. The Buffalo Bills kicked off their free agency by releasing multiple long-time veterans due to cap space issues.

Players like Tre’Davious White, Micah Hyde, and Jordan Poyer are no longer with the Bills but were part of the culture change right from the start when Sean McDermott took over. Then the biggest story that came for the Bills was trading Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans. Long story short, the Bills had a lot to replace throughout free agency and going into the NFL Draft.

Buffalo had a solid draft after trading down twice on the first night, headlined by the drafting of wide receiver Keon Coleman. From there on, the Bills were able to grab some impactful talent like safety Cole Bishop, defensive tackle DeWayne Carter and offensive lineman Sedrick Van Pan-Granger. The Bills look a lot better than they did two months ago. However, there is still room for improvement.

Gordon McGuinness from Pro Football Focus made a list of what each AFC team should do now that the draft is completed. McGuinness suggested that the Bills acquire some cornerback help, and that is the most obvious need for the Bills.

Cornerbacks Rasul Douglas and Christian Benford are destined to be the starting corners for the Bills come Week 1 of the season, but there is not much after them. Kaiir Elam has had a rocky two years with the Bills and he has a lot to prove if he wants to have an extended future in Buffalo. Dane Jackson is no longer with the team after signing with the Carolina Panthers, and Tre’Davious White finds himself with the Los Angeles Rams.

When it comes to the secondary, it is hard to doubt the abilities of what this unit can bring because it seems like they always find a way to stand their ground. Going into training camp, there is a questionable feeling about this core. If Brandon Beane is looking to make a splash at some point between now and training camp, it should be at cornerback whether it is through a trade or in free agency.