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Where the Bills stand after two weeks of free agency


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.


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


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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