There is no question that the wide receiver position is one of the most improved this offseason with the trade for Stefon Diggs as well as drafting Gabriel Davis out of UCF in the fourth round and Isaiah Hodgins in the sixth round of the NFL Draft.
These moves likely push Duke Williams and Robert Foster down the depth chart and will have them on the outside looking in during the roster cutdowns.
Foster was a big disappointment this past season after an excellent end to the 2018 season. The undrafted free agent out of Alabama finished 2018 with 541 receiving yards and three touchdowns and was the team’s number one wide receiver down the stretch.
However, he struggled to see the field this past season and only had 3 receptions for 64 yards.
One player who did look like they had a chance to be a key part of this offense entering this offseason was Duke Williams. The former CFL star really started to come on late for this team with double digit targets in the final game of the regular season as well as in the playoff game against the Houston Texans.
Williams filled a need for this offense as that big receiving target for Josh Allen however with Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins in the fold, he likely will be pushed down that depth chart.