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Billieve Podcast: Buffalo Bills free agency wish list

We discuss another newsy week from One Bills Drive and offer up our must-have free-agent signings.

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On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, host John Boccacino and co-host Jamie D’Amico break down the week’s news—including the approval of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the salary-cap figure for 2020, and the signings/re-signings of several key members of the team—before offering up their free agency wish list.

In a busy week, the Buffalo Bills made a splash in free agency, signing cornerback Josh Norman, then re-signed left guard Quinton Spain, offensive lineman Spencer Long, cornerback Levi Wallace, tight end Jason Croom, and wide receiver Robert Foster.

After discussing the impact of these moves, and how the coronavirus (COVID-19) could alter the league’s free agency start date, Boccacino and D’Amico offered up their four must-have free agents for Buffalo to sign.

Knowing the team could use significant upgrades/depth at edge rusher/defensive end, wide receiver, linebacker, running back, offensive tackle, and more, Boccacino and D’Amico shared their thoughts on who they feel are this year’s must-have free-agent additions.

Both Boccacino and D’Amico agree on which talented pass rusher and which dynamic running back they would sign if they were general manager Brandon Beane, while differing on their final two must-have free agents.

Check out the latest Billieve Podcast for answers to these questions, then leave your thoughts on who are your must-have free agents in the comments section below.


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