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2015 NFL Draft: Buffalo Bills looking for offensive linemen

The Buffalo Bills are incredibly likely to add an offensive lineman in the 2015 NFL Draft. Watch and see who our draft expert likes the most to fill the roles Buffalo might have in mind.

The Buffalo Bills are going to attempt to address their subpar offensive line play this offseason, especially considering the addition of the "ground and pound" offense preferred by new head coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Greg Roman. They have already added veteran (and controversial) guard Richie Incognito into the mix, but the Bills will likely add at least one more piece to the rotation this spring.

In this 2015 NFL Draft preview video, then, Dan Lavoie and I take a look at some of the best offensive line prospects in this year's draft class.

We start at the guard position, where the likely departure of free agent Erik Pears leaves a hole for a young lineman to fill. Last year's fifth-round draft pick, Cyril Richardson, is a candidate, but the folks that Lavoie discusses would be in the mix, as well. We then segue to tackles, where we focus on guys who could be a fit on the right side, then end with a look at centers, where Dan compares the situation to when Eric Wood was drafted. If the Bills do draft a center, they will likely work him at guard and backup center for the time being.

The Bills will almost certainly add an offensive lineman in the draft so check out our video and look through all of Dan's scouting reports and draft information in our 2015 NFL Draft section.