The Buffalo Bills have added yet another veteran interior depth option to their offensive line, agreeing to terms with former Miami Dolphins, Indianapolis Colts, and Arizona Cardinals center/guard Evan Boehm. Boehm himself broke the story on his social media pages:
“So pumped for this next coming season,” Boehm wrote. “Heading to Buffalo to be a part of a great team and great organization! Can’t wait to get to up there and get to work.”
Boehm started eight games for the Dolphins last year. Before that, he started four games for Indy in 2018, and nine games over the previous two seasons for Arizona after the Cardinals made him a fourth-round draft pick in 2016. He was benched during his second season and released before his third. Before that, he was a teammate of Mitch Morse’s at Mizzou.
Bills’ offensive line coach Bobby Johnson was the assistant o-line coach with the Colts in 2018 while Boehm was in Indianapolis.
The signing is another in a long list of attempts to upgrade the starters and backups on the offensive line. Boehm will likely be a depth option along the interior and will directly compete with Spencer Long for the right to be the interior swing. There’s at least a chance he could replace Quinton Spain at left guard or Jon Feliciano at right guard.