One AFC heavyweight that has stayed relatively quiet during this NFL offseason has been the Buffalo Bills.
The only potentially significant moves the team has made in the offseason thus far are bringing in former New England Patriots running back Damien Harris and drafting one of the best tight ends in the 2023 NFL Draft, Dalton Kincaid, out of the University of Utah.
Outside of those two moves to bolster the offense, the team hasn’t done much to improve the defense, and on Friday, the team made a move to bring in defensive end Kameron Cline, formerly of the Indianapolis Colts, according to the team’s official Twitter account.
We’ve claimed DE Kameron Cline off waivers.#GoBills | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/cJIHfZyLor
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) May 5, 2023
Cline spent the first three years of his NFL career with the Colts before recently being waived by the team.
During that time, Cline has only played five games in his professional career, with three tackles on his resume.
Clearly, the addition of Cline isn’t a game-changer for the Bills, nor is it a move that will be remembered in a few months, as he seems to be another body added to the training camp roster.
It is a little surprising that the Bills weren’t more active during this NFL offseason, considering that the AFC has only gotten tougher and more challenging over the past few years.
Buffalo plays in arguably one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, which only got better this offseason with the New York Jets bringing in superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Miami Dolphins trading for cornerback Jalen Ramsey.