National Football League free agency 2018: Buffalo Bills to sign DT Star Lotulelei

National Football League free agency 2018: Buffalo Bills to sign DT Star Lotulelei

National Football League free agency 2018: Buffalo Bills to sign DT Star Lotulelei

Set to turn 35 in June, Williams is the longest-tenured player on Buffalo's roster.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, defensive tackle Star Lotulelei is expected to sign a five-year pact with McDermott's Bills.

Lotulelei, 28, is a five-year vet of the Carolina Panthers.

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A first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Lotulelei has been with the Carolina Panthers for the first five years of his career.

Former Carolina Panthers like wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, running back Mike Tolbert, quarterback Joe Webb, cornerback Leonard Johnson and even front office executive Brandon Beane all joined the Bills' first-year head coach at some point in 2017.

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Last season, Pro Football Focus graded Lotulelei outside the top 100 interior defensive linemen.

Williams showed no signs of slowing down last season making 16 starts while contributing 41 tackles and finishing second on the team in sacks. "I think the fit is important and the fit is there, obviously".

The Bills desperately needed to improve their defensive line. Like I said, I'm not anxious about it.

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