The Buffalo Bills made several offseason moves. While some were universally lauded, some were super risky. Vote in our poll and give us your take in the comments section; what was the riskiest move the Bills made this offseason?
January 4 - Rex Ryan retained as head coach
After just one season, this wasn't a surprise but we know several of you are going to mention it so we're putting it on the list.
January 10 - Doug Whaley signs three-year extension
The Bills' general manager since 2013, Whaley hass drafted Sammy Watkins and Ronald Darby, re-signed plenty of top-notch talent, and had success acquiring talent but the Bills still haven't been to the playoffs in his tenure.
January 10 - Rob Ryan hired as coaching assistant
Rex Ryan hired his twin brother to help run the defense in one of the most intriguing moves of the offseason.
January 12 - Donnie Henderson relieved of his duties as defensive backs coach
The well-respected Henderson came to the Bills with Doug Marrone and stayed hen Rex Ryan was hired. Ronald Darby and Stephon Gilmore had very strong early careers under his guidance and Aaron Williams transitioned to safety aided by Henderson.
March 1 - Mario Williams released
The highly-paid defensive end started 63 games for the Bills in four seasons and recorded 43 sacks. He has since signed with the division rival Miami Dolphins.
March 8 - Richie Incognito re-signed
Incognito lost part of his career to a major scandal but has seemingly been a model citizen with the Bills. He signed a three-year deal.
April 28 - Shaq Lawson drafted
Buffalo was psyched when the pass rusher dropped to them to replace Williams, and then he had shoulder surgery which will keep him out of the beginning of the 2016 season.
May 4 - Cordy Glenn signs extension
Glenn has been great on the left side of the offensive line since being drafted in the second round in 2012. He signed a massive