Approaching the start of a new league year Wednesday, Jay Skurski lays out a plan for reshaping the Bills roster in his second annual "GM for a Day" column: "Free agency is just the appetizer of my offseason. The draft will serve as the main course."
The entree of that main course is a potential franchise quarterback, acquired by leveraging the draft capital Buffalo has accumulated for one of the top three picks. Skurski also details his plan for free agency, including which of the 18 pending free agents the Bills should bring back.
Free agent focus: Improving secondary was a primary objective for the Bills last offseason. This year's free agent market will provide the opportunity to add depth to the defensive backfield, Vic Carucci writes.
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League memo: With free agency set to start in three days, the NFL sent a reminder to teams in an effort to avoid any issues of tampering.
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