Updated 53-man roster projections after Buffalo Bills' minicamp

Buffalo Bills Mandatory Minicamp
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Tight Ends (2)

Dalton Kincaid, Dawson Knox

If the Buffalo Bills elect to keep seven wide receivers, it means they need to take from another position and that could end up being tight end. In terms of who is active on game day and heavily involved in the offense, it really is just Dalton Kincaid and Dawson Knox at the position.

While it could be a risk to keep only two, especially during a game, the Bills will still have Reggie Gilliam who could step in if necessary. Another option would be to spread the ball out and go five wide in those types of scenarios.

If the Bills do elect to keep three tight ends, then that spot probably goes to either Quintin Morris or Zach Davidson.

Offensive Line (10)

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

One position that seems surprisingly settled at this point of the offseason is the offensive line. While there may be some questions about who starts and where the players that should make the 53-man roster are pretty clear.

This group includes seven players returning from last year including starting offensive tackles Dion Dawkins and Spencer Brown, starting guards O'Cyrus Torrence and Connor McGovern, and backup offensive linemen David Edwards, Ryan Van Demark, and Alec Anderson. However, McGovern could be moving over to center to replace Mitch Morse which opens the door for Edwards to start at left guard.

If there is one player that might not be as locked in it has to Will Clapp, who the Bills signed as a free agent and primarily has played just center. The Bills may want more position versatility and undrafted free agent Keaton Bills could be a surprising addition to the 53-man roster over Clapp.