Buffalo Bills shore up interior offensive line depth by signing Will Clapp to 1-year contract

Orchard Park, New York The Buffalo Bills added depth to their interior offensive line by signing free agent Will Clapp to a one-year contract on Friday.

Clapp has six seasons of NFL experience, the last two with the Los Angeles Chargers, where he started a career-high 11 games at center last season. 

The 28-year-old spent his first four seasons with the Saints, who took him in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL draft out of LSU. Overall, he has 21 starts in 65 NFL games.

Clapp, who stands 6-foot-5 and weighs 311 pounds, adds experience to a line that is in transition after the Bills dismissed starting center Mitch Morse in early March to save money on the salary cap. 

Connor McGovern is set to move to center, with David Edwards taking McGovern's place as left guard.

Clapp spent the season on injured reserve after injuring his knee in mid-December.

Buffalo also lost backup center Ryan Bates, who was traded to Chicago this offseason.Overall, he has made 21 starts in 65 NFL games.

Connor McGovern is set to move to center, with David Edwards filling in at left guard.

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