Bills add more offensive line depth

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The Bills spent the offseason collecting new offensive linemen, and they’re not finished.

According to a tweet from his agent, the Bills signed former Dolphins guard Isaac Asiata.

He was waived-injured by the Dolphins in May, after playing in one game each of the last two seasons.

The Bills have loaded up on the line, using a second-round pick on right tackle Cody Ford and signing a pile of free agents, including center Mitch Morse, guards Quinton Spain, Spencer Long, and Jon Feliciano, and tackles Ty Nsekhe and LaAdrian Waddle, as they look for ways to better protect quarterback Josh Allen.

6 responses to “Bills add more offensive line depth

  1. The Bills are gonna do what the Bills are gonna do–sign former Dolphins. Rexy signed a whole boatload of ’em back in 2015 and 2016…now how did that work out for ya? Other than Ritchie Incognito (a former Bills as well) and Charles Clay who isn’t even with them anymore (and maybe Gillislee, who also is not with them anymore), none of these former Dolphins ever worked out. But since Jim Kelly is still obsessed with Dan Marino… And why would the Bills sign a OLer from one of the worst OLs in the NFL is beyond me! Asiata is not exactly Incognito!

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