The Buffalo Bills strengthen their depth in the interior offensive line by signing Will Clapp to a one-year contract

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Will Clapp

The Buffalo Bills strengthened their interior offensive line depth by signing free agent Will Clapp to a one-year contract on Friday.

Clapp has played in the NFL for six seasons, including the last two with the Los Angeles Chargers, where he started a career-high 11 games at center last season. He ended the season on injured reserve due to a knee injury he sustained in mid-December.

The 28-year-old spent his first four seasons with the New Orleans Saints after being drafted by them in the seventh round of the 2018 draft from LSU. In total, he has started 21 games in 65 career NFL games.

Will Clapp (Credits: ESPN)

Measuring at 6-foot-5 and 311 pounds, Clapp’s addition brings experienced depth to a line that’s going through changes after the Bills released starting center Mitch Morse to save salary cap space in early March. Additionally, Buffalo traded backup center Ryan Bates to Chicago earlier in the offseason.

Connor McGovern is expected to transition to center, while David Edwards is projected to take over McGovern’s position at left guard.

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