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Bills Add Offensive Line Depth With Latest Free-Agent Signing

Isaiah De Los Santos
The Buffalo Bills have added some offensive line depth with their latest free-agent signing.
The Buffalo Bills have added some offensive line depth with their latest free-agent signing. / Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills' offensive line had a great showing in 2020, which played a huge role in young quarterback Josh Allen taking his game to the next level. Buffalo elected to run things back on the front line this offseason by re-signing Daryl Williams, Jon Feliciano and Ike Boettger as they set their sights on a Super Bowl appearance.

To make that unit even stronger before the preseason, the Bills signed experienced OL Caleb Benenoch on Friday.

Caleb Benenoch NFL

Benenoch provides Buffalo a player capable of stepping up if needed. The former fifth-round pick out of UCLA has notched 22 starts across 35 career games.

The 6-foot-5 offensive lineman took on his largest role during the 2018 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, starting all 16 games. His numbers weren't great -- 8 penalties and 10 sacks allowed across 844 snaps -- but he's another big body the Bills can turn to as a fall-back option.

He also has experience playing both guard and tackle, and you can never have too much versatile depth on the offensive line in today's NFL — especially with the 17-game season looming.

Benenoch joins a team with high aspirations heading into the upcoming season. Buffalo is tied for the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl at +1200, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

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