Bills introduced to openly replace Tremaine Edmunds: "We believe in these guys."

The Buffalo Bills have benefited from continuity at key defensive positions under head coach Sean McDermott. 

However, there has been some reorganization as the club prepares for the upcoming season.

Leslie Frazier, the team's defensive coordinator since 2017, decided to take a year off from coaching.

McDermott took over playcalling first. Tremaine Edmunds, a seasoned leader with the Buffalo Bills on the field, 

After signing a four-year, $72 million contract with the Chicago Bears, he quit the team. He captained the defense for the last four seasons.

which began in 2019, was captained by the 2018 first-round pick and placed first in the league in terms of points allowed per game (18.6).

Edmunds also made more than 100 tackles and called plays for the defense as a whole every season.

The Bills failed not make a significant impact in the draft or free agency to replace Edmunds, so it is unknown who will play alongside Matt Milano.