The Bills made a statement by bringing in head coach Rex Ryan and ESPN's John Clayton told Armen and Levack, that was just the beginning of exciting moves for Buffalo this off-season.

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"Absolutely love [the moves the Bills made]," said Clayton, with Armen and Levack, on 104.5 The Team. "What I like is they are trying to be aggressive.

"They are in the forefront of where you are if you don’t have a quarterback. If you don’t have a quarterback, load up on the running game and defense.

"Now you know they already have the defense, so there is not much work to do there. But there was a lot of work to do on the offense. You have to like the idea that they get one of the best backs in the league in Shady (LeSean) McCoy. They got a good tight end in Charles Clay who’s going to be more physical, and they get a full back in Jerome Felton. There’s no doubt they’re going to be able to ground and pound.

"We’ll see how the Richie incognito move and the draft go. They’re going to be drafting offensive lineman. They’ve got the defense so load up on the offense because at the moment they still don’t know if they have a quarterback or don’t have a quarterback."

The Bills quarterback depth chart includes EJ Manuel, entering his third year, and off-season free agent signing Matt Cassell. The Bills also brought in former Virginia Tech quarterback and long-time Baltimore Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor.

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