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The big offseason move for Buffalo was about adding to their receivers. They traded for Stefon Diggs, which gives them a big time threat opposite of John Brown. The defense needed some work and added Mario Addison and Vernon Butler. They also drafted AJ Epenesa and Zack Moss. They get themselves a pass-rusher and also a back who can pair with Devin Singletary. The Bills have geared up for another playoff run and have Josh Allen leading the way. Defensively they have one of the top secondaries with White, Poyer, and now Josh Norman. This will be tough for opposing quarterbacks.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Josh Allen
Josh Allen J. Allen
17
76
#23 QB 6'5" 237 24 5/21/96 3 2018 1 7 Wyoming
QB
Matt Barkley
Matt Barkley M. Barkley
5
67
#47 QB 6'2" 227 30 9/8/90 8 2013 4 98 USC
QB
Jake Fromm
Jake Fromm J. Fromm
10
67
#47 QB 6'2" 219 22 7/30/98 0 2020 5 167 Georgia
RB
Devin Singletary
Devin Singletary D. Singletary
26
82
#28 RB 5'7" 203 23 9/3/97 2 2019 3 74 Florida Atlantic
RB
TJ Yeldon
TJ Yeldon T. Yeldon
22
74
#62 RB 6'1" 226 26 10/2/93 6 2015 2 36 Alabama
RB
Taiwan Jones
Taiwan Jones T. Jones
25
73
#68 RB 6'0" 194 32 7/26/88 10 2011 4 125 Eastern Washington
RB
Zack Moss
Zack Moss Z. Moss
20
68
#107 RB 5'9" 223 22 12/15/97 0 2020 3 86 Utah
WR
Stefon Diggs
Stefon Diggs S. Diggs
14
91
#8 WR 6'0" 195 26 11/29/93 6 2015 5 146 Maryland
WR
John Brown
John Brown J. Brown
15
83
#31 WR 5'10" 179 30 4/3/90 7 2014 3 91 Pittsburg State
WR
Cole Beasley
Cole Beasley C. Beasley
11
80
#49 WR 5'8" 177 31 4/26/89 9 2012 SMU
WR
Isaiah McKenzie
Isaiah McKenzie I. McKenzie
19
73
#119 WR 5'7" 173 25 4/9/95 4 2017 5 172 Georgia
WR
Andre Roberts
Andre Roberts A. Roberts
18
73
#119 WR 5'11" 195 32 1/9/88 11 2010 3 88 Citadel
WR
Gabriel Davis
Gabriel Davis G. Davis
13
72
#142 WR 6'2" 216 21 4/1/99 0 2020 4 128 Central Florida
TE
Dawson Knox
Dawson Knox D. Knox
88
76
#40 TE 6'4" 254 23 11/14/96 2 2019 3 96 Mississippi
TE
Tyler Kroft
Tyler Kroft T. Kroft
81
75
#42 TE 6'5" 246 27 10/15/92 6 2015 3 85 Rutgers
TE
Lee Smith
Lee Smith L. Smith
85
73
#56 TE 6'6" 269 32 11/21/87 10 2011 5 159 Marshall
TE
Reggie Gilliam
Reggie Gilliam R. Gilliam
86
67
#116 TE 6'1" 255 23 8/20/97 0 2020 Toledo
OG
Brian Winters
Brian Winters B. Winters
66
82
#17 OG 6'4" 320 29 7/10/91 8 2013 3 72 Kent State
OG
Quinton Spain
Quinton Spain Q. Spain
67
79
#20 OG 6'4" 334 29 8/7/91 6 2015 West Virginia
OG
Dion Dawkins
Dion Dawkins D. Dawkins
73
74
#32 OG 6'4" 317 26 4/26/94 4 2017 2 63 Temple
OG
Cody Ford
Cody Ford C. Ford
70
68
#59 OG 6'4" 329 23 12/28/96 2 2019 2 38 Oklahoma
OG
Ryan Bates
Ryan Bates R. Bates
71
67
#68 OG 6'4" 306 23 2/14/97 0 2019 Penn State
OT
Mitch Morse
Mitch Morse M. Morse
60
83
#18 OT 6'5" 305 28 4/21/92 6 2015 2 49 Missouri
OT
Daryl Williams
Daryl Williams D. Williams
75
74
#35 OT 6'5" 327 28 8/31/92 6 2015 4 102 Oklahoma
OT
Ty Nsekhe
Ty Nsekhe T. Nsekhe
77
73
#38 OT 6'8" 325 34 10/27/85 6 2012 Texas State
OT
Ike Boettger
Ike Boettger I. Boettger
65
67
#81 OT 6'6" 307 25 10/5/94 3 2018 Iowa
DT
Ed Oliver
Ed Oliver E. Oliver
91
78
#27 DT 6'2" 287 22 12/12/97 2 2019 1 9 Houston
DT
Quinton Jefferson
Quinton Jefferson Q. Jefferson
90
70
#67 DT 6'4" 291 27 3/31/93 5 2016 5 147 Maryland
DT
Harrison Phillips
Harrison Phillips H. Phillips
99
70
#67 DT 6'3" 307 24 1/25/96 3 2018 3 96 Stanford
DT
Vernon Butler
Vernon Butler V. Butler
94
67
#93 DT 6'4" 323 26 6/14/94 5 2016 1 30 Louisiana Tech
DE
Mario Addison
Mario Addison M. Addison
97
77
#40 DE 6'3" 254 33 9/6/87 10 2011 Troy
DE
Darryl Johnson Jr.
Darryl Johnson Jr. D. Johnson Jr.
92
67
#108 DE 6'6" 253 23 4/4/97 2 2019 7 225 North Carolina A&T
DE
A.J. Epenesa
A.J. Epenesa A. Epenesa
57
67
#108 DE 6'5" 275 22 9/15/98 0 2020 2 54 Iowa
LB
Jerry Hughes
Jerry Hughes J. Hughes
55
84
#22 LB 6'2" 255 32 8/13/88 11 2010 1 31 TCU
LB
Tremaine Edmunds
Tremaine Edmunds T. Edmunds
49
80
#36 LB 6'4" 253 22 5/2/98 3 2018 1 16 Virginia Tech
LB
Matt Milano
Matt Milano M. Milano
58
77
#49 LB 6'0" 216 25 3/17/95 4 2017 5 163 Boston College
LB
Trent Murphy
Trent Murphy T. Murphy
93
76
#65 LB 6'5" 250 29 12/22/90 7 2014 2 47 Stanford
LB
AJ Klein
AJ Klein A. Klein
54
75
#71 LB 6'1" 250 29 7/30/91 8 2013 5 148 Iowa State
LB
Del'shawn Phillips
Del'shawn Phillips D. Phillips
43
71
#110 LB 6'2" 229 23 10/9/96 1 2019 Illinois
LB
Tyrel Dodson
Tyrel Dodson T. Dodson
53
71
#110 LB 6'0" 237 22 6/25/98 1 2019 Texas A&M
LB
Tyler Matakevich
Tyler Matakevich T. Matakevich
44
67
#167 LB 6'0" 238 27 12/22/92 5 2016 7 246 Temple
CB
Micah Hyde
Micah Hyde M. Hyde
23
90
#5 CB 6'0" 197 29 12/31/90 8 2013 5 159 Iowa
CB
Tre'Davious White
Tre'Davious White T. White
27
88
#8 CB 5'11" 191 25 1/16/95 4 2017 1 27 LSU
CB
Jordan Poyer
Jordan Poyer J. Poyer
21
85
#18 CB 6'0" 191 29 4/25/91 8 2013 7 218 Oregon State
CB
Levi Wallace
Levi Wallace L. Wallace
39
77
#56 CB 6'0" 179 25 6/12/95 3 2018 Alabama
CB
Taron Johnson
Taron Johnson T. Johnson
24
74
#89 CB 5'11" 192 24 7/27/96 3 2018 4 121 Weber State
CB
Cameron Lewis
Cameron Lewis C. Lewis
47
68
#155 CB 5'9" 186 23 4/13/97 1 2019 Buffalo
SS
Siran Neal
Siran Neal S. Neal
33
67
#55 SS 6'0" 206 26 8/4/94 3 2018 5 154 Jacksonville State
SS
Jaquan Johnson
Jaquan Johnson J. Johnson
46
67
#55 SS 5'10" 191 24 11/13/95 2 2019 6 181 Miami
FS
Dean Marlowe
Dean Marlowe D. Marlowe
31
71
#42 FS 6'1" 203 28 7/25/92 4 2015 James Madison
LS
Reid Ferguson
Reid Ferguson R. Ferguson
69 6'1" 243 26 3/24/94 4 2016 LSU
P
Corey Bojorquez
Corey Bojorquez C. Bojorquez
9
68
#26 P 6'0" 200 24 9/13/96 3 2018 New Mexico
PK
Tyler Bass
Tyler Bass T. Bass
2
67
#32 PK 5'10" 185 23 2/14/97 0 2020 6 188 Georgia Southern

Top Bills Roster Questions of 2020

After putting together a 10-6 record last season, the Bills figure to be better on both sides of the ball thanks to some key offseason additions. The offense was already solid last season thanks to athletic quarterback Josh Allen as well as the production of John Brown, Cole Beasley, and Devin Singletary. Buffalo drafted Zack Moss to replace Frank Gore in the backfield, and the rookie out of Utah offers a more considerable upside than the veteran back. The team also traded for Stefon Diggs to be the number one outside receiver. Defensively, the Bills were already elite last season as they allowed the 2nd-fewest points per game. After the offseason additions of A.J. Epenesa, Mario Addison, Vernon Butler, and Josh Norman, they could be even better on that side of the ball. The Bills should have Super Bowl aspirations in what could be a weak division.

Who is the Highest Paid Bills Player?

The highest-paid player on the Bills' roster in base salary heading into this season is Stefon Diggs at $10.9 million for this year. He's one of the better outside receivers in the game and should help improve the team's aerial attack, which should boost their odds to win.

Who Owns the Buffalo Bills?

The Bills are primarily owned by the married couple of Terry and Kim Pegula. The Pegulas own several sports franchises in the Western New York area and placed the winning bid for the Bills in 2014 following the death of the team's original owner and founder Ralph Wilson.

Who Is the Bills Head Coach?

Sean McDermott is currently the Bills' head coach and is entering his fourth season in that role. He has put together a 25-23 record in his three years as the head coach, making the playoffs twice. McDermott was previously the defensive coordinator for the Panthers and Eagles.

How Much Cap Space do the Bills Have?

The Bills currently have about $19 million in cap space, the 12th-most in the NFL. They have just over $200 million in salary cap hits among their top-51 paid players. The Bills only have two players making $10+ million this season - Stefon Diggs and Mitch Morse.

Who did the Bills Recently Trade For?

This offseason, the Bills traded for Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th-round pick from the Vikings in exchange for a first-round, fifth-round, and sixth-round pick in 2020 and a fourth-round pick in 2021. Diggs is coming off a stellar campaign with Minnesota in which he put up 63 catches for 1,130 yards and six touchdowns.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Bills?

Buffalo recently drafted Jake Fromm, Gabriel Davis, A.J. Epenesa, and Isaiah Hodgins, all of whom are just 21 years old, making them the youngest players on the team. Last season, Tremaine Edmunds was the youngest player on the roster; he's now 22 years old.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Bills?

Steven Hauschka is entering his fourth season as the Bills' starting kicker, and he's now 35 years old. Frank Gore was the team's oldest player last season and would have been again this year as the ageless wonder running back is now 37 years old and still playing in the NFL.