Breaking Down the Buffalo Bills Roster After the 2014 Draft

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Breaking Down the Buffalo Bills Roster After the 2014 Draft
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There's plenty of new talent for head coach Doug Marrone and quarterback EJ Manuel to work with on the Buffalo Bills' 2014 roster.

With the 2014 NFL draft now complete and undrafted free agent signings also mostly taken care of, the Buffalo Bills’ 90-man preseason roster is largely set.

The Buffalo Bills’ official roster stood at 80 players as of 6 a.m. Tuesday, but the team is also reportedly set to sign former University of Minnesota cornerback Mike Carter (who went undrafted in 2013 and has not played an NFL game), according to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.

Should all nine of those undrafted free agents sign contracts with the team, the Bills will reach the 90-man roster limit. There could be more veteran releases in store, however, while some of those undrafted rookies, as their signings have not yet been announced by the team, might only be coming to Buffalo on a tryout basis during rookie minicamp.

Nonetheless, most if not all of Buffalo's 2014 depth chart will be made up of players who were either already on the roster, drafted by the team or signed as a free agent. So although the start of training camp remains more than two months away, we can start to take a look at who will comprise the Bills’ roster for the upcoming season.

Note: All players whose signings remain unconfirmed by the team are denoted by an asterisk (*).

UPDATE, 1:30 p.m. ET Tuesday: The Bills officially announced the additions of nine undrafted free agents Tuesday afternoon. Those players are no longer denoted by an asterisk.


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