The player who would command the biggest contract of the three players listed is wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie. However, it might be worth the money for the Buffalo Bills to bring him back.
McKenzie joined the Bills midway through the 2018 season and over the years has settled into a role as a gadget-type player for this offense. Brian Daboll has found ways to get him on the field and have him be effective.
While this will be great to have back for the offense, the area he could provide more value is on special teams. The Bills lost Andre Roberts this offseason, as he signed a two-year deal with the Houston Texans, and they don’t have a clear answer currently on the roster to replace him.
McKenzie meanwhile has experience both on kickoffs and punts with 59 career returns. That experience could make him the perfect replacement as he can be the primary returner in both.
If the Buffalo Bills want to bring him back, they are likely to compete with other teams in the NFL as ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler tweeted that McKenzie is generating interest from teams, including the Chicago Bears.