The Buffalo Bills’ defense will be different in 2023
The Buffalo Bills’ defense needed to make changes after their Divisional Round loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at home. The Bills made a few changes to the defensive staff for next season. Leslie Frazier, who has been the Bills’ defensive coordinator for the previous three seasons, is taking next year off from coaching. Now the team appears to be making some roster moves to the unit.
According to Adam Schefter with ESPN, the Bills are expected to part with two starters, safety Jordan Poyer and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. The two will head into free agency next week.
#Bills are "expected to lose" Safety Jordan Poyer and LB Tremaine Edmunds in free-agency according to @AdamSchefter pic.twitter.com/I2KqgWavrH
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 8, 2023
Both losses would be huge for the Bills once elite defense. Poyer is an All-Pro safety. Edmunds is a two-time Pro Bowl athlete.
The Bills were expected to lose pieces of their team that have dominated the NFL regular season for a few years. According to Over The Cap, the Bills are over $19 million in the red before free agency. Signing one of these players would put a bigger dent in their cap space for 2023 and beyond.
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