The NFL trade deadline is a week, as teams can no longer make moves with each other on October 29 at 4 pm
The Bills themselves were no strangers to making moves in both directions.
Exports include former first-round pick Marcel Dareus, imports include former first-round pick and Carolina Panthers Kelvin Benjamin.
Speaking of Benjamin, he was brought in for playoff pressure. If the Bills feel the same way with the current 5-1 team record, Buffalo general manager Brandon Bean has plenty of room to maneuver.
The only teams with more than bills included the Dolphins ($ 28 million), the Browns ($ 32.9 million) and the Colts ($ 43.5 million).
Looking even further into the future, the Bills will maintain their position as the team with the fourth highest payroll in the NFL, as predicted by Spotrac.
Aimed at the 2020 season, Buffalo is projected to have $ 89.8 million worth of jobs. At that time, the Dolphins ($ 117.2 million) will have the largest NFL space, with the Colts ($ 109.2M) and Cowboys ($ 91.7M) splitting the two AFC East rivals.