Tremaine Edmunds has left the Bills.

Kendis MacLeod, Sports Writer

The Bills had a good season, and the players were a big part of why they made it so far. Unfortunately, some players have decided that it will be best if they take their talents elsewhere.

Buffalo will be losing some key factors in their offense and defense.

The Bills have lost some key players including Tremaine Edmunds, who was a big part of the Bills defense having 102 tackles, one interception, one sack, and 36 assisted tackles.  Edmunds has entered free agency and many other teams are competing for the linebacker position.

“It’s projected that Edmunds could earn somewhere as high as $15-17 million per season on the open market. Buffalo is still approximately $11M over the 2023 salary cap with the restructured deal they struck with Matt Milano over the weekend,” says Nick Wojton from Bills Wire.

Another big name on defense is Jordan Poyer. Poyer had 63 tackles and four interceptions.

Poyer has come off a lot of injuries and is getting old for the NFL. The Bills have decided that it would be best to not sign Poyer again and put him in free agency.

“Poyer is one of the Bills’ top pending free agents. But at 31 and coming off a 2022 season where he admitted to playing through multiple injuries, how much would Buffalo or anyone else want to hand to Poyer,” Nick Wojton from Bills Wire.

One offensive player that will not be with the Bills next season will be Devin Singletary. Singletary was the running back for the Bills with 817 rushing yards with five touchdowns. He split playing time with the rookie James Cook. Singletary has decided it would be best if he takes his talent somewhere else.

“While some in Buffalo might consider other pending free agents such as defenders Poyer and Edmunds a high priority to re-sign, they’ll also cost Buffalo more to retain. There could be a world where others decide to leave the Bills and the team circles back to Singletary,” says Wojton.