Where the Bills stand after two weeks of free agency

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With two weeks of free agency now in the books, the Bills have executed trades, signed free agents and saw some players sign elsewhere. Below is a quick rundown of what has happened with the Buffalo roster thus far.

New facesC Russell Bodine – A pivot man with 64 starts under his belt and the main competition for Ryan Groy.

S Rafael Bush – An experienced safety who is also an accomplished special teamer.

WR Kaelin Clay – A speed receiver with return ability.

CB Vontae Davis – A veteran corner, who is the odds on favorite to start opposite Tre'Davious White.

CB Phillip Gaines – A long corner who has experience playing inside and outside in the secondary.

RB Chris Ivory – A power back whose receiving ability is underrated.

DT Star Lotulelei – A much-needed run stuffer who can still handle two offensive linemen at once.

QB AJ McCarron – Longing for a starting opportunity, the former Bengal will get his chance with the Bills.

DE Trent Murphy – Adds length, strength and proven productivity for the Bills pass rush.

OT Marshall Newhouse – Proven edge protector who has versatility to play both tackle positions.

LB Julian Stanford – A fast moving linebacker, who has made his mark in the league on special teams.

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With the 2018 free agency period officially open, here's a look at Buffalo's pickups.

Back in the fold **RB Travaris Cadet – Saw action in six games in 2017 and averaged 4.2 yards per carry as a reserve running back

LB Ramon Humber – Produced a career high 83 tackles in 2017

RB Taiwan Jones – Saw action in eight games and mainly contributed on special teams

DT Kyle Williams – Ranks as the Bills all-time leader in sacks among defensive tackles with 43.5 and started all 16 games in 2017

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New places **LB Preston Brown - Cincinnati

CB E.J. Gaines - Cleveland

OT Cordy Glenn - Cincinnati

OT Seantrel Henderson - Houston

QB Tyrod Taylor - Cleveland

WR Deonte Thompson - Dallas

CB Shareece Wright – Oakland

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