In the span of two minutes Monday, the Bills announced moves that completely revamped their offensive line.
Buffalo first announced the signing of center Russell Bodine, and then followed it up shortly after with the signing of offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse.
Bodine signed a two-year contract, while Newhouse settled for a one-year deal.
Newhouse, 29, is an eight-year veteran who spent last season with Oakland serving as the team’s starting right tackle where he made 14 starts. He is expected to push Jordan Mills for the starting right tackle job.
Bodine, 25, has been a full-time starter at center for the Bengals since they made him a fourth-round pick in 2014.