The Bills have added to their offensive line room on day two of training camp after head coach Sean McDermott announced guard Rodger Saffold would start camp on the NFI list.
Buffalo is adding guard Jordan Simmons, 6-4 and 339 pounds, to their roster on a one-year deal. Simmons will wear No. 61.
The OL played in five games with the Raiders last season. Simmons also played two seasons for Seattle. The guard has played in 25 games and started in nine over his NFL career.
He played collegiately at USC and was signed by the Raiders as an undrafted free agent in 2017. Simmons is from Inglewood, CA.
Another offensive lineman is on his way to Buffalo.
Brian Gaine has been named assistant general manager and Terrance Gray has been named director of player personnel in a host of moves made by the team today.
The team added another offensive weapon.
The team added an offensive lineman, a cornerback and two defensive tackles after rookie minicamp.
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All eight will be on the field for rookie minicamp this weekend
The Buffalo Bills have exercised defensive tackle Ed Oliver’s fifth-year option
The OL joins a former teammate who signed earlier this offseason
The Bills bring back a familiar face on the offensive line in Bobby Hart.
The All-Pro wide receiver will be with the Bills through 2027.
The special teamer will return for his fifth season in Buffalo.
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