The News continued a series looking at the Bills' salary cap Wednesday, and the picture at the top wasn't pretty.
Mark Gaughan found that the Bills' most expensive players against the salary cap are ones representing the old guard, not the future of the team.
There's more: The top three players counting against the cap may not even play for the team next year. No. 1 on the list is Tyrod Taylor, the quarterback with whom the team may look to part ways. Third is Marcell Dareus, who carries $14.2 million in dead cap space despite playing for the Jaguars. Left tackle Cordy Glenn is sandwiched between those players; injury concerns have left his status in question, too.
Farther down the list is center Eric Wood, who is expected to retire.
WR coach position filled: The Bills hired Terry Robiskie, a former offensive coordinator, as wide receivers coach.
Bills make additional hires: The Bills added a head athletic trainer, director of analytics, and video coordinator, replacing staffers who were not retained.
Offseason tracker: Be sure to bookmark this page if you want to stay up to date with our coverage of the Bills' offseason, including personnel moves, free agents, quarterback profiles and more.
Mystery solved: Why these Bills fans are roaming the Olympics.
Baker Mayfield similar to Johnny Football? Johnny Manziel says Baker Mayfield is handling the comparison "exactly right."
Yay, more draft coverage: Fox will reportedly also air the NFL Draft, along with ESPN and NFL Network.