Ranking the biggest roster needs for the Bills entering 2024 NFL Draft

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The 2024 NFL Draft is less than two weeks away and the Buffalo Bills have a good idea at this point of where their roster stands. It is a roster that looks drastically different than it did when their season ended against the Kansas City Chiefs in AFC Divisional Round.

Over the past few weeks, the Bills have seen players like Mitch Morse, Gabe Davis, Jordan Poyer, Tre'Davious White, and Stefon Diggs move on to new teams. They unfortunately didn't have much cap space to address all the roster concerns and the expectation was that the NFL Draft was where a majority of those holes would be filled.

These are the six biggest roster needs for the Buffalo Bills entering the 2024 NFL Draft.

6. Cornerback

The starters at cornerback are set with Rasul Douglas and Christian Benford on the outside and Taron Johnson at nickel. However, the depth after these three is pretty questionable even with a former first round pick still on the roster at the position.

Kaiir Elam has struggled any time he has been asked to be on the field for an extended period of time and the only other cornerbacks are Cam Lewis, Ja'Marcus Ingram, and Kyron Brown. It would be surprising for the Bills to use a first-round pick on the position but they could use depth and the Bills probably will draft at least one with their numerous Day 3 picks.