The Buffalo Bills could look to free agency to upgrade the wide receiver position this offseason, in addition to adding rookies through the NFL Draft.
The Buffalo Bills need to upgrade the offense at every position other than quarterback.
That is a nice change compared to so many offseasons from the recent past.
After a season with so many problems at wide receiver, that position stands out as one that needs an immediate upgrade. Bills fans can’t go through another season where the top receiver on the depth chart gets released before the end of the year.
Luckily, there is some receiver talent available in free agency. There are plenty of veterans out there who could bring experience to the Bills, which is desperately needed in that group. The same way the team added experience to the quarterback room.
The team could add a few veterans to the group before the draft rolls around, and then potentially add a top receiver prospect. The Bills need to spend money this offseason and splurging on a top receiver would not be a bad strategy.
We look at this and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
5 wide receivers to consider in free agency (BuffaLowDown Matthew Hodowany)
The Bills could take some safe options, or take a risk and seek to revive the careers of receivers with great potential. The key would be to do both and have backup plans for any failures.
9 thoughts on Bills decision to release Charles Clay (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)
Some more thoughts on the release of the veteran tight end. It is a shame things didn’t work out the way the team had hoped.
Mel Kiper bestows D.K. Metcalf on Buffalo Bills in latest 2019 NFL mock draft (Buffalo Rumblings)
This mock draft scenario would be a great one for the Bills and give the team a wide receiver of the future to pair with Josh Allen.
Bills QB Josh Allen pokes at Jags CB Jalen Ramsey with autograph (ESPN.com, Mike Rodak)
Allen has a great attitude and isn’t backing down from any haters.
That is a great quality to have and makes him a fun player to root for.