Bryant is coming off the most productive season of his career. Making 10 starts in place of the injured Kyle Williams, Bryant contributed 45 tackles including a pair for loss. The 28-year old figures to be an important cog in Buffalo’s defensive line rotation.
Hogan, 27, is coming off a 2015 season in which he established a single-season career high in receiving yards with 450 and a pair of touchdowns. The receiver also set a single-season high in receiving average (12.5).
Mills, 25, a midseason pickup last year, proved valuable appearing in 10 games and making five starts at the end of the season at right tackle. He’ll be part of an anticipated three-man right tackle competition for the starting job in training camp this summer.
Hogan will compete for a roster spot with the Bills in 2016. The receiver dealt with a serious wrist injury throughout the season. Buffalo currently has nine receivers on their roster, but Hogan has a good chance to stick on the Bills roster.
As mentioned by the Bills, Bryant saw plenty of playing time in 2015 after Kyle Williams went down with an injury. Bryant performed well on the field and should be considered as valuable depth on the team's defensive line.