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ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak is eager to see how Jerry Hughes, who signed a lucrative contract this offseason, fits into Rex Ryan's defensive scheme.
The pressing question for the Bills will be if Rex Ryan sticks with Manny Lawson in this spot or uses Jerry Hughes at outside linebacker.
Mario Williams figures to fill the role as the lone defensive end on the field in Rex Ryan's modified 4-3 base scheme.
The Bills have some top pass rushers but not much depth behind them, so it's fair to call it a position of need.
The Bills might need to trim some veterans from their roster either this season or next season.
New personnel man prefers speed, immediate impact from early selections.
Let's take a look at some options for the Bills at linebacker.
Ranking Buffalo Bills' deepest, thinnest positions -- Tight end needs help (Charles Clay, anyone?), as does the offensive line.
Activity in the free-agent tight end market could impact team's pursuit of Charles Clay.
The Bills are making a bet by re-signing Jerry Hughes that, even as a part-time player, he will provide significant value over a replacement player