ESPN: O-line is Bills biggest remaining hole

The Buffalo Bills retooled a lot of their roster this offseason, making additions on both sides of the ball. Plenty of that had to do in the trenches.

But the work is never finished. Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane will be one of the first to say that.

So where does he go from here? ESPN has an idea.

The former world-wide leader named a remaining need for each team in the NFL following the 2022 draft. For the Bills, it was interior of their offensive line, specifically.

But in naming that spot, there’s an admission that “need” might be too strong of word.

Here’s the breakdown:

The Bills came into the draft with very few legitimate needs at any position. Then they spent a first-round pick on their only real position of need (second cornerback) while adding depth to positions like running back, wide receiver and linebacker. At this point in the offseason, the Bills have one of the most complete rosters in football; it’s a struggle to find any legitimate positions of need.

The only potential need for Buffalo could be interior offensive line. Even there, it probably ends up being a depth add. Rodger Saffold III and Ryan Bates are serviceable, and Cody Ford can back up guard as well as tackle. Beyond that, Buffalo lacks meaningful depth at the position. But how much does that really mean to Buffalo? The Bills ran up the middle or…

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