The Buffalo Bills have four starters – five if you include punter Sam Martin – set to hit the free agent market next week when the frenzy begins unofficially Monday in the NFL.
In total, the Bills have 20 unrestricted free agents. That’s more than a third of general manager Brandon Beane’s roster not under contract for the 2023 season. Beane must figure out which of his own players he wants to retain and then secure enough cap space to make a run at some other key free agents to help bolster his roster.
Last month we detailed six moves that could open enough cap space for Beane to attack free agency with some aggressiveness. You can read that piece here.
Since last season ended it’s been the consensus that Buffalo would be forced to say goodbye to either middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds or safety Jordan Poyer. In the last two weeks, the tides have shifted enough that …