The Buffalo Bills do not have a huge need at the wide receiver position but that does not mean they should neglect the position. With Emmanuel Sanders possibly retiring and Cole Beasley entering the final year of his contract Buffalo should be looking at wide receivers, not only to give Josh Allen another weapon this year but for years to come.
While Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis are locked into their contracts for the next couple of years the Buffalo Bills do not have the cap space to go out and sign many top receivers. Enter the 2022 NFL Draft wide receiver class that looks not only very good but really deep with options throughout the draft. To get a good look at these prospects many teams have been spending time at games and watching film but there are bigger events on the horizon.
The NFL Combine is coming up and starts on Tuesday, March 1st running all the way to March 7th. The Buffalo Bills will surely be doing their due diligence on the wide receiver position in a draft class that is actually quite strong both in the early and late rounds at the position.