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

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3. Safety

The safety position is one that has gone through the most change as long-time starters Jordan Poyer and Micha Hyde will not be playing alongside each other in 2024. General manager Brandon Beane has seemingly found their replacements after re-signing Taylor Rapp to a three-year deal and then bringing in free agent Mike Edwards on a one-year deal.

However, the addition of Edwards shouldn't dissuade the Bills from adding to the position and this is one they could address early in the NFL Draft. The only other safeties on the roster is Damar Hamlin and Kendall Williamson while Cam Lewis has also played some safety at times.

Mike Edwards hasn't really been a full-time starter at any point of his career but has stepped in at different points of the season due to injuries during his time with the Bucs and Chiefs. The Buffalo Bills could add one of the top safeties to compete with Edwards for the starting job but if he isn't ready then Edwards is more than capable of starting this season while that draft pick develops.