---While the Bills continue to shuffle around their offensive linemen to find solutions, the Baltimore Ravens may have addressed its problems on the line with the signing of Bryant McKinnie.
The Bills are in such dire straits at left tackle that Andy Levitre, who has started at left guard 32 consecutive games for the Bills, could be the starter by the season opener in Kansas City. Projected starting left tackle Demetrius Bell said he was shocked to learn he would be rotating in practice with Levitre but his lackluster performance last Saturday against Denver prompted the move.
Signing McKinnie would have done at least two things for the Bills. It would have solved the issue at left tackle as well rectifying the mistake of selecting bust Mike Williams over McKinnie with the fourth pick in the 2002 draft.
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