With the release of veteran OT Wayne Hunter Tuesday, the Bills are again in a position where they have just four true offensive tackles. The preference is to have five, sometimes six players whose primary position is tackle. It will be interesting to see what the Bills do to address the position with a week before training camp.
In the spring Buffalo made use of Darryl Johnson and William Campbell at tackle at times, but it was mainly due to lack of numbers. They’re primarily seen as guards.
Right now the four true tackles are Cordy Glenn, Seantrel Henderson, Cyrus Kouandjio and undrafted rookie Tyson Chandler.
If there’s just one serious injury Buffalo could be short on bodies in a hurry.
If the talent pool is too thin to address the position now they may wait to see who comes free when rosters are reduced later this summer.
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