While a superstar heads to free agency on occasion,  NFL  teams mostly use the open market in hopes of patching a few holes on the roster…

While a superstar heads to free agency on occasion, NFL teams mostly use the open market in hopes of patching a few holes on the roster…

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FA total: $707.27 million
Unlike Washington, the Buffalo Bills have done a respectable job filling needs through free agency. Since 2018, they’ve loaded up on offensive linemen, defensive linemen, wide receivers and veterans on short-term, low-dollar contracts.
Tethered with strong drafts, the result was a 2019 squad that finished 10-6, which suggests a promising future in Buffalo.
The most expensive recent addition is defensive tackle Star Lotulelei (five years, $50 million) in 2018, while the following class cost the most. Last year, Buffalo added center Mitch Morse (four years, $44.5 million), wideouts Cole Beasley (four/$29M) and John Brown (three/$27M) and tight end Tyler Kroft (three/$18.75M)

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