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Bills Links, 3/20: Offensive line depth addressed with two signings in Buffalo

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Russell Bodine and Marshall Newhouse are the newest Bills

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The Buffalo Bills remained active in free agency on Monday, addressing the depth along the offensive line with the signings of Russell Bodine and Marshall Newhouse. Both players should compete for starting positions, with Bodine vying for the starting center position left by Eric Wood. Newhouse is likely to push Jordan Mills for the starting right tackle position.

In addition to these signings, today’s Bills Links includes updates on Trent Murphy, some new mock drafts, and the visit from free agent linebacker Kevin Minter.


Buffalo adds to OL again with Newhouse - BuffaloBills.com
Buffalo added some experienced talent on the edge in the form of free agent OT Marshall Newhouse.

Bills sign free agent C Russell Bodine - BuffaloBills.com
Buffalo added a free agent center with a good deal of starting experience Monday.

6 things to know about new Buffalo Bills OT Marshall Newhouse | NewYorkUpstate.com
Newhouse signed a one-year deal with the Bills.

7 things to know about new Buffalo Bills center Russell Bodine | NewYorkUpstate.com
Bodine signed a two-year deal with the Bills.

How Bodine and Newhouse impact the Bills OL | WGR 550 SportsRadio
The two players were signed Monday.

Buffalo Bills host LB Kevin Minter on free-agent visit (report) | NewYorkUpstate.com
Minter has played five NFL seasons.

Film Breakdown: DE Trent Murphy | Cover 1
Erik Turner takes a closer look at Trent Murphy.

Other holes | WGR 550 SportsRadio
More draft talk from Jeremy White.

Bucky Brooks 2018 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Buffalo Bills select Josh Allen over Baker Mayfield | NewYorkUpstate.com
The Buffalo Bills had quarterback options at pick 12 in Bucky Brooks' latest mock draft.

NFL Mock Draft 2018: Dane Brugler presents dream scenario for Buffalo Bills | NewYorkUpstate.com
What if the Bills don't have to trade up for their quarterback?