The Buffalo Bills' season ended with a gut-punch loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL Playoffs. Fortunately, Josh Allen and the strong core are in tact and Buffalo must use this offseason to make some savvy roster upgrades in order to compete for a championship again next year.
Buffalo kicked off the offseason with a smart, under-the-radar re-signing of a key special teams member.
NFL insider Tom Pelissero reported the Bills agreed to a three-year deal with Siran Neal on Monday morning, citing him as a "special teams ace."
Neal made appearances in 64 games over his past four seasons in Buffalo, racking up 1,056 special teams snaps. The former fifth-round draft pick put together 83 tackles, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in that span.
Buffalo is considered an early favorite to win Super Bowl 57, boasting +700 odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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