The one player that is probably the favorite to get one of the two spots is Isaiah McKenzie. The Buffalo Bills added McKenzie midway through the 2018 season after he was released by the Denver Broncos.
This past season McKenzie had a career year and actually started six games for the Bills. He finished the year with 27 receptions for 254 receiving yards and one touchdown.
However, the versatility that McKenzie brings to this offense is probably the reason he would have a roster spot in 2020. He doesn’t need a lot of touches to have an impact and the Bills coaching staff can be creative with how they utilize him as he can be used out of the backfield or on jet sweeps as a wide receiver.
He also has experience as a return man so if the Bills elect to go in a different direction with Andre Roberts, then McKenzie would be a player to compete for that role.
The end of a depth chart is usually not a talked about but the depth the Buffalo Bills have at this position, means they are going to have to cut some good football players. This will be one of the top storylines leading up to the season.