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BBR: Brian Winters is in, changes for the Buffalo Bills’ offensive line

Is Winters now the favorite to start at right guard in Buffalo?

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It has been a busy week for the Buffalo Bills, especially along the offensive line. An injury to Jon Feliciano led to a number of moves by general manager Brandon Beane in an effort to fill the hole at right guard.

While the contract details have yet to be announced, it has been reported that Brian Winters, formerly of the New York Jets, will be signing a one-year deal with Buffalo. The move was not too big of a surprise, as Beane has been notorious for stacking talent along the offensive line over the past two years.

More of a surprising move, at least to me, was the subsequent release of Spencer Long. I expected Long to serve at minimum as the backup center to Mitch Morse, but obviously Beane had other thoughts. I share all of my thoughts in this latest episode of Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, which is available below.

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