The Buffalo Bills have arguably endured their toughest week in franchise history, which has temporarily marred the product slowly being built to the front office's liking after three weeks of free agency. While the focus remains on the passing of their franchise patriarch, Ralph Wilson Jr., and the instability suddenly surrounding their future in Buffalo, the Bills continue to bring new pieces to the table.
As expected, there were no big waves made during the early stages of free agency despite the team possessing one of the best cap numbers in the league. Losing Jairus Byrd to the New Orleans Saints early in the week put fans in a sullen mood, but the unheralded moves made after the frenzy had settled make the Bills more well-rounded in the short-term.
With another six weeks of static until the NFL draft pulls into full gear, let's take a look at how the depth chart is shaping up after the peak of free-agent signings.