Bills sign Will Clapp to one-year deal

Offensive lineman Will Clapp has joined the Buffalo Bills.

The team has announced that the 28-year-old has signed a one-year deal in Buffalo.

Clapp, a former seventh-round pick in 2018, is a versatile lineman and has experience playing both center and guard.

Most recently, Clapp played the past two seasons for the Los Angeles Chargers. He entered the NFL with the New Orleans Saints. During his two seasons with the Chargers, Clapp played in 31 games and made 14 starts.

A 6-foot-5, 311-pound lineman, Pro Football Focus graded Clapp a slightly below average 56.7 overall mark during the 2023 season. His career-best PFF grade was a 59.9 in 2019.

Clapp’s versatile will likely allow him to compete for a depth position on the Bills offensive line.

Attached below are highlights from Clapp’s career:

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire