5 potential landing spots for Ravens OL Bradley Bozeman in free agency

Justin Fried
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4. The Buffalo Bills could sign Ravens center Bradley Bozeman

The Buffalo Bills have one of the most stacked rosters in the NFL, but their offensive line could use some work. Bozeman could be the solution to their problems.

Former first-round pick Cody Ford looks like a total draft bust, veteran Jon Feliciano wasn’t very effective when he played in 2021, and center Mitch Morse was little more than a replacement-level player and is entering the last year of his contract.

The Bills won’t have a ton of needs this offseason, but undoubtedly the biggest one will be improving their offensive line. That’s where Bozeman could come into play.

Morse battled injuries during his time in Kansas City but has been mostly healthy with the Bills. That said, he turns 30 in April and could be cut to save the Bills almost $9 million in cap space.

That’s money they could use to sign his replacement, perhaps in the form of Bozeman. Coming off a career year, Bozeman would absolutely be an upgrade over Morse at center both in the short and long term.

And if Bozeman is open to playing guard, the Bills could even retain Morse for the final year of his contract and sign Bozeman to play at guard for a year.

His versatility presents teams will an abundance of options, something that is much appreciated for a Bills team that’s weak at multiple spots along their interior offensive line.

Of all the contenders Bozeman could sign with, the Bills seem to be the most likely.