Following a tough 27-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional Round, the Buffalo Bills have plenty of holes to fix in what should be a very busy offseason.

Upgrading the secondary, fixing up the offensive line and adding more receiving help are among the main tasks for GM Brandon Beane. It would also help if the organization could find a three-down running back to complement dual-threat signal-caller Josh Allen.

Devin Singletary, the team’s leading rusher, is slated to enter free agency. If the Bills move on and wish to add a veteran, might a one-time Pro Bowler be on Beane’s radar?

At NFL Analysis Network, Kenneth Teape proposed an interesting trade that would see the Bills land Aaron Jones from the Green Bay Packers. Jones has two years remaining on a $48 million extension he signed in 2021.