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The toughest contests feature young players at pivotal moments in their careers, according to the Bills’ 53-man roster estimate.

With a few small tweaks, the 2021 Buffalo Bills squad will resemble the 2020 Buffalo Bills roster. When Sean McDermott spoke to media the day after the team’s AFC Championship Game loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, he highlighted his goal to retain as much of Buffalo’s roster intact as possible.
McDermott and Brandon Beane did just that this offseason.
Only wide receiver John Brown, who started for the Bills against the Chiefs, is no longer with the organization.
With a tight salary constraint and a handful of expiring contracts, Beane and his staff managed to assemble a squad that they believe has a potential to build on the team’s inspirational season in 2020. This season, the roster battles will largely feature depth players and younger players at turning points in their respective careers.
With practice due to begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, here’s a last pre-camp prediction for the Bills’ roster.Quarterback (2): Josh Allen, Mitchell Trubisky The NFL has decided to keep the enlarged practice squad standards in place for 2020, which could force the Bills to keep only two quarterbacks.
Until one of them suffers an injury, Josh Allen and Mitchell Trubisky are virtually locked into the top two slots on the depth chart.