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10 biggest Bills salary cap hits in 2023

The Buffalo Bills have a complicated world ahead of them in terms of the 2023 salary cap.

The Bills have some cap hits that are getting bigger from last year to next. It’s going to make adding new players and keeping others more difficult, even with the NFL raising the cap to $224.8 million.

As of early this offseason, here are the 10 largest cap hits on the Bills heading into 2023 according to Spotrac:

10. Taron Johnson

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2022 cap hit: $9.2M

2023 cap hit:$10.2M

9. Micah Hyde

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2022 cap hit: $5.65M (injury)

2023 cap hit: $10.6M

8. Ed Oliver

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2022 cap hit: $6.3M

2023 cap hit: $10.75M

7. Mitch Morse

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2022 cap hit: $8 M

2023 cap hit: $11.2M

6, Matt Milano

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2022 cap hit: $4.9M

2023 cap hit: $13.3M

5. Dion Dawkins

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2022 cap hit: $7M

2023 cap hit: $14.8M

4. Tre'Davious White

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2022 cap hit: $14.2M

2023 cap hit: $16.2M

3. Von Miller

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2022 cap hit: $5.15M (injury)

2023 cap hit: $18.6M

2. Stefon Diggs

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2022 cap hit: $11.7M

2023 cap hit: $20.3M

1. Josh Allen

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2022 cap hit: $16.4M

2023 cap hit: $39.8M

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire