Nov 21, 2011; Foxboro, MA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston (15) during the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated to Chiefs 34-3. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Thoughts on Steve Breaston


When you take a look at the Buffalo Bills

you can’t help but notice there gaping holes in certain positions. First and foremost the QB position has been a problem for some years now and this year it might be addressed with a long term acquisition but we’ll have to wait and see. In saying that, this team needs players that are going to catch the ball. A player they could take a look at is Steve Breaston.

Being drafted in 2007 by the Cardinals, Breaston spent his first 4 seasons with the club. In that time he spent time playing receiver but also helped in the return game. His first year was a bit of a learning experience but the next three he produced at a pretty good clip. All three years he recorded 700+ yards receiving and one of those being over 1,000. Also to add he had seven td’s grabs and zero fumbles. After his last year in 2010 he then moved on too Kanas City were his production kind of went in the wrong direction. You can say that he has dwindled as a player by just looking at those stats or you can just look at the variables that may have caused it to happen. So So QB play and also a KC team in general weren’t playing as good as they liked to. Then this year he was released by the Chiefs on February 13th.

One thing to look at when you talk about Breaston is his current knee injury situation. It was said he would need a procedure to take care of it but on March 7th word came down that wasn’t the case. He was told he would be fine and rest would be a major part of the healing. This for sure would scare teams off in giving him a chance but I think the Bills are a team that should take a flyer on him. This could be a low risk – high reward signing that the Bills could certainly use. What do you think about Breaston?

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