The Buffalo Bills will welcome their rookies to Orchard Park, NY for rookie minicamp, which kicks off on Friday. With the recent signings of veteran defensive tackle Poona Ford, veteran running back Latavius Murray, and defensive end Kameron Cline, along with Buffalo’s rookies, the Bills roster is expected to be close to the offseason maximum (90 players).
Today’s edition of Buffalo Rumblinks leads off with early predictions on who makes Buffalo’s 53-man roster, and who could potentially be cut from the roster.
Predicting Buffalo’s 53-man roster
The competition for a spot on Buffalo’s 53-man roster is bound to be fierce heading into the 2023 NFL season. Contained here: an early projection of the Bills’ active roster, expectations for Buffalo’s rookies, which undrafted free agents were invited to rookie minicamp, and the Bills’ remaining roster needs following the conclusion of the 2023 NFL Draft.
- Ahead of rookie minicamp, an initial Bills 53-man roster projection - Buffalo News
- Buffalo Bills Post-NFL Draft 53-man roster projection and the new stadium is officially official | wkyc.com
- Bills roundtable: Rookie expectations, Poona Ford, AFC East drafts, middle linebacker battle - Buffalo News
- Buffalo Bills extend rookie camp invitations to 11 players, according to reports - Buffalo News
- NFL team needs: What holes remain for all 32 teams after the draft? - The Athletic (subscription required)
Is OC Ken Dorsey on the hot seat?
The Buffalo Bills’ offense wasn’t the same juggernaut over the second half of the 2022 NFL season that it was over the first eight games, including sputtering to just 10 points during a disappointing setback versus the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional Round. Entering his second season as Buffalo’s offensive coordinator, is Ken Dorsey on the hot seat? Plus, how will Dorsey utilize tight end Dalton Kincaid, Josh Allen’s latest receiving weapon?
- Voice of the Fan: Is Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey in driver’s seat or on hot seat? - Buffalo News
- Bills Mailbag: How will Ken Dorsey use first-round pick Dalton Kincaid? - Buffalo News
Even more Bills news and notes
We find out how All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer was honored for his work advocating for people struggling with mental health issues, learn how safety Damar Hamlin reunited with Bengals’ wide receiver Tee Higgins, see how the balance of power in the AFC East shifted with the conclusion of the NFL Draft and the New York Jets adding quarterback Aaron Rodgers, hear how tight end Zach Ertz nearly wound up a Bill in 2021, and more!
- Jordan Poyer honored for passionate commitment to advocating for those with mental health struggles - Buffalo News
- ‘You are not alone’ | Bills, Sabres and Bandits team up to promote Mental Health Awareness Month - BuffaloBills.com
- Bills’ Damar Hamlin reunites with Bengals’ Tee Higgins on off-road adventure - Democrat & Chronicle
- How Aaron Rodgers, NFL draft impact the AFC East balance of power - ESPN
- Which questions remain surrounding the Bills’ new stadium? A Q&A with COO Ron Raccuia - The Athletic (subscription required)
- Zach Ertz says he was close to becoming a Buffalo Bill in 2021 trade - Buffalo News
- Inside Bills QB Josh Allen’s Kentucky Derby viral suits with designer Tom Marchitelli - Buffalo News
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