The Buffalo Bills wide receiver position is going to be one of the more hotly contested training camp battles this year after the top three of Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley. Players like Isaiah McKenzie, Robert Foster, Andre Roberts and the Bills two draft picks this past April in Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins will be competing for two or three spots.
However, one player who likely isn’t going to be much of a factor in this position battle is Nick Easley. The former Iowa wide receiver joined the Bills last offseason as an undrafted free agent and spent the entire preseason with the team. He didn’t see any targets until the last preseason game, when he finished with four receptions for 41 yards.
He was released by the Bills in their final round of cuts but the team did bring him back to the practice squad during the season. Similar to Becker, the fact that the coaching staff has been able to get an up close look at Easley during the season likely means that there isn’t much to be gain having him in training camp, especially with the depth.