Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills Team Lineup 2023/24


Josh Allen17QB276' 5"237 lbs6
Kyle Allen9QB276' 3"210 lbs5
Alec Anderson70OT236' 5"305 lbs1
Marcell Ateman15WR286' 4"216 lbs3
Ryan Bates71G266' 4"302 lbs4
Spencer Brown79OT256' 8"311 lbs3
Shane Buechele6QB256' 0"210 lbs3
James Cook4RB235' 11"190 lbs2
Gabe Davis13WR246' 2"210 lbs4
Dion Dawkins73OT296' 5"320 lbs7
Stefon Diggs14WR296' 0"191 lbs9
Tommy Doyle72OT256' 8"320 lbs3
David Edwards76G266' 6"308 lbs5
Reggie Gilliam41FB266' 0"244 lbs4
Richard Gouraige75OT246' 5"308 lbsRookie
Damien Harris22RB265' 11"213 lbs5
Deonte Harty11WR255' 6"170 lbs5
Germain Ifedi68G296' 5"325 lbs8
Andy Isabella87WR265' 9"188 lbs5
Kevin Jarvis63G246' 6"325 lbs1
Ty Johnson25RB255' 10"210 lbs5
Dalton Kincaid86TE236' 4"240 lbsRookie
Dawson Knox88TE266' 4"254 lbs5
Greg Mancz62C316' 4"302 lbs8
Connor McGovern66G256' 5"308 lbs5
Quintin Morris85TE246' 2"252 lbs2
Mitch Morse60C316' 6"305 lbs9
Latavius Murray28RB336' 3"230 lbs11
Khalil Shakir10WR236' 0"190 lbs2
Tyrell Shavers80WR246' 6"210 lbsRookie
Trent Sherfield16WR276' 1"219 lbs6
Justin Shorter18WR236' 4"223 lbsRookie
Bryan Thompson89WR246' 3"200 lbsRookie
O'Cyrus Torrence64G236' 5"347 lbsRookie
Ryan Van Demark74OT256' 6"307 lbs1
Joel Wilson48TE236' 4"250 lbsRookie


Eli Ankou51DT296' 3"325 lbs6
Christian Benford47CB226' 1"205 lbs2
Terrel Bernard43LB246' 1"224 lbs2
Kyron Brown32CB276' 1"195 lbs3
Kameron Cline96DE256' 4"283 lbs1
Tyrel Dodson25LB256' 0"237 lbs4
Kaiir Elam24CB226' 1"191 lbs2
AJ Epenesa57DE256' 6"260 lbs4
Leonard Floyd56DE316' 5"240 lbs7
Poona Ford98DT275' 11"310 lbs6
Damar Hamlin3S256' 0"200 lbs3
Micah Hyde23S326' 0"197 lbs11
Ja'Marcus Ingram46CB266' 2"190 lbs1
Dane Jackson30CB265' 11"180 lbs4
Taron Johnson7CB275' 11"192 lbs6
Kingsley Jonathan59DE256' 4"260 lbs2
DaQuan Jones92DT316' 4"320 lbs10
Christian Kirksey55LB316' 2"235 lbs10
Shaq Lawson90DE296' 3"265 lbs8
Cam Lewis39CB265' 9"183 lbs4
Tyler Matakevich44LB306' 1"235 lbs8
Matt Milano58LB296' 0"223 lbs7
Von Miller40LB346' 3"250 lbs13
Siran Neal33CB296' 0"206 lbs6
Ed Oliver91DT256' 1"287 lbs5
Jordan Phillips97DT306' 6"341 lbs9
Jordan Poyer21S326' 0"191 lbs11
Taylor Rapp20S256' 0"208 lbs5
Greg Rousseau50DE236' 6"266 lbs3
Tim Settle99DT266' 3"313 lbs6
Baylon Spector54LB246' 2"233 lbs2
Kendal Vickers93DT286' 3"295 lbs3
Tre'Davious White27CB285' 11"192 lbs7
Dorian Williams42LB226' 2"225 lbsRookie

Special Teams

Tyler Bass2PK265' 10"183 lbs4
Sam Martin8P336' 1"205 lbs11

Will the Bills’ 2023/2024 team roster bring Buffalo back to the Super Bowl?

The most significant alteration for the Buffalo Bills during this off-season came in the form of defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier‘s choice to step away from the team for the 2023 season. Initially perceived as a temporary break for Frazier, during which he was expected to return in 2024, he has now redirected his focus toward fresh opportunities within the NFL, aspiring to secure a head coaching position. If Frazier was retiring he wouldn’t be participating in the Coach’s Accelerator program.

Assuming the role of defensive coordinator is head coach Sean McDermott, who has previously held the same position with the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers. McDermott has designated Eric Washington as the team’s new assistant head coach and defensive line coach, effective from this season onward. Additionally, the Bills have enlisted the services of Al Holcomb as a senior defensive assistant. McDermott announced that starters would play “around a quarter and a half, give or take” in the Bills’ preseason game against the Steelers.

Regarding the offensive aspect, Chad Hall, the wide receivers coach, departed from the team to undertake the same role with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Stepping into Hall’s position is former player Adam Henry (who spent the 2022 season as the wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator at Indiana).

Meanwhile, Austin Gund has been appointed as an offensive assistant focusing on the offensive line, and Kyle Shurmur has taken on the role of offensive quality control coach.

Buffalo Bills’ Free-Agency Departures in 2023
Player Position Destination Contract Details Guaranteed Cap Hit (2023)
Tremaine Edmunds LB Chicago Bears 4 years, $72 million $50 million $14.7 million
Devin Singletary RB Houston Texans 1 year, $2.75 million $2.5 million $3.125 million
Jamison Crowder WR New York Giants 1 year, $1.317 million $27,500 $1,016,029
Case Keenum QB Houston Texans 2 years, $6.25 million $4 million $2.85 million
Tommy Sweeney TE New York Giants 1 year, $1.08 million $940,000 $940,000
Jaquan Johnson S Las Vegas Raiders 1 year, $1.2325 million $431,500 $1.0925 million
Justin Murray OT Las Vegas Raiders 1 year, $1.08 million $943,000 $943,000
Greg Van Roten OG Las Vegas Raiders 1 year, $1.60 million $907,500 $1.60 million

The Bills like any NFL team, underwent their fair share of significant roster changes – especially losing Tremaine Edmunds. The departure of Devin Singletary is a notable transition. Despite not possessing particularly exceptional attributes, Singletary was a reliable ABC football player who often delivered in critical moments. The hope is that Buffalo will retain possession of the football more reliably after addressing Singletary’s significant fumble concerns.

Jamison Crowder‘s name appears to have slipped the minds of many, largely due to his extended absence due to injury last season with a fractured ankle. Crowder was intended to serve fill the gap left by Cole Beasley, but his premature departure and inability to return to action thwarted what had the potential to be a successful solution.

Bringing in Case Keenum on a one-year contract was a move aimed at providing backup support to franchise quarterback Josh Allen. This strategy has become a recurring theme at One Bills Drive in recent years. Keenum made two rather unmemorable cameo appearances during lopsided victories.

Tommy Sweeney and Jaquan Johnson were originally selected by the Bills in the draft, yet neither managed to surpass those positioned ahead of them on the depth chart. Meanwhile, Greg Van Roten and Justin Murray departed, as Buffalo looked to enhance the depth and competition along the offensive line.

Buffalo Bills’ Roster Additions for 2023 from 2023 NFL Draft
Draft Round Pick # Player
1 25 Dalton Kincaid, TE (Utah)
2 59 O’Cyrus Torrence, G (Florida)
3 91 Dorian Williams, LB (Tulane)
5 150 (from Commanders) Justin Shorter, WR (Florida)
7 230 (from Texans) Nick Broeker, G (Mississippi)
7 252 (from Rams) Alex Austin, CB (Oregon State)

In the upcoming 2023/24 NFL season, the Bills will welcome eleven seasoned NFL players who are embarking on their first journey with the team. Within this contingent, there are nine football players poised to contribute to the offensive aspect of the game.

Buffalo put forth a dedicated effort to enhance the caliber of its offensive line performance, introducing four fresh faces into the roster for 2023.

Among the initial acquisitions made by the Bills during the offseason were offensive guards Connor McGovern and David Edwards. Additionally, offensive tackle Brandon Shell was enlisted later, subsequent to the NFL Draft, and is anticipated to inject spirited competition, if not a potential upgrade, at the right tackle position.

A focal point was also placed on amplifying the effectiveness of receivers, signified by the signings of Deonte Harty and Trent Sherfield. Furthermore, the team sought to address possible gaps in last season’s rushing game by securing two players. The arrivals of defensive tackle Poona Ford and safety Taylor Rapp were met with acclaim, as both individuals have the chance to establish enduring roles beyond the 2023 season with Buffalo.

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Buffalo Bills’ Roster Additions for 2023
Player Contract Cap Hit (2023)
Kyle Allen, QB 1 year, $1.23 million $1.09 million
Damien Harris, RB 1 year, $1.77 million $1.77 million
Latavius Murray, RB 1 year, $1.32 million $1.09 million
Deonte Harty, WR 2 years, $9.5 million $3.75 million
Trent Sherfield, WR 1 year, $1.77 million $1.77 million
Connor McGovern, OG 3 years, $22.35 million $4 million
David Edwards, OG 1 year, $1.77 million $1.77 million
Brandon Shell, OT 1 year, $1.318 million $1.1 million
Kevin Jarvis, OL 1 year, $750,000 $750,000
Taylor Rapp, S 1 year, $1.77 million $1.77 million
Poona Ford, DT 1 year, $2.25 million $2.25 million


For the 2023/24 NFL season Buffalo re-signed 11 free agents, bringing back nine defensive players from the team’s 2022 roster:

Buffalo Bills’ Free-Agent Re-Signings in 2023
Player Contract Cap Hit (2023)
Jordan Poyer, S 2 years, $12.5 million $4.85 million
Dean Marlowe, S 1 year, $1.23 million $1.09 million
Tyrel Dodson, LB 1 year, $2.01 million $2.01 million
A.J. Klein, LB 1 year, $1.32 million $1.09 million
Tyler Matakevich, LB 1 year, $2.5 million $1.83 million
Dane Jackson, CB 1 year, $2.01 million $2.01 million
Cam Lewis, CB 1 year, $1.19 million $1.19 million
Shaq Lawson, DE 1 year, $1.32 million $1.09 million
Jordan Phillips, DT 1 year, $3 million $2.86 million
David Quessenberry, OT 1-year deal (contract terms unconfirmed) Not confirmed
Sam Martin, P 3 years, $6 million $1.66 million
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