The Bills added WR Mike Williams to replace former leading receiver Steve Johnson.
In the free agency and pre-season trading period, the Bills traded for two offensive contributors and picked up several other depth players for their top 10 defense.
Bryce Brown – RB, Corey Graham – CB, Keith Rivers – LB, Brandon Spikes – LB, Chris Williams – G, Mike Williams – WR
A look at each player:
Bryce Brown played very well in spot duty for the Eagles in 2013, including a 115 yard performance against the Bears in Week 15.
Corey Graham is a veteran DB who has started 13 games and recorded six interceptions in his past two seasons for the Ravens.
Keith Rivers and Brandon Spikes have all played backup roles for the Giants and Patriots respectively.
Chris Williams started all 16 games for the Rams at left guard in 2013 and will reprise that role for the Bills.
Mike Williams recorded 11 receiving TDs as a rookie in 2010 and just under 1,000 yards in 2012. He was traded by the Buccaneers after a season ending hamstring injury in 2013.
The team had very little cap room to work with, but the addition of the two Williams’ starters could be the main pieces of what should be an offense on the rise in 2014.