The Buffalo Bills have been an extremely busy organization over the past month executing their offseason plan. It was clear their first priority was to re-sign their own free agents first, and they were able to bring back players like Dan Carpenter and Scott Chandler.
The front office then brought in key free agents who would be able to address weaknesses this team had in 2013. The big name joining the Bills in 2014 is middle linebacker Brandon Spikes, who is expected to tighten up a run defense that struggled last year.
Even though the Bills have done a good job so far this offseason, their work is not yet done. They have put themselves in great position heading into the NFL draft and the rest of the offseason to address these remaining top priorities.