Buffalo Bills: Which wide receivers will make the final cut?

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December 21, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver

Chris Hogan

(15) runs with the football against Oakland Raiders free safety

Charles Woodson

(24) during the third quarter at O.co Coliseum. The Raiders defeated the Bills 26-24. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Hogan

In some respects, Chris Hogan represents the fourth and final “sure thing” on the Bills current roster of wide receivers. In other words, it would be a major surprise is he doesn’t make the cut.

After an unremarkable start to his NFL career, Hogan burst onto the scene last season. The undrafted 27-year old finishing the year with 41 receptions, 426 receiving yards and four touchdown catches (all coming after the fifth week of the 2014 campaign).

Make no mistake about it, Hogan is a major part of the Bills passing game. Expect him to continue producing similar results to last season, mostly as a slot receiver.

2014 receiving statistics: 41 catches, 426 receiving yards, four touchdown receptions

Statistics versus Panthers: One catch for two yards

Will he make the cut? All but guaranteed

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