Predicting the Buffalo Bills depth chart on offense after free agency

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Wide Receiver

Starters: Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis, Jamison Crowder (slot)

Backups: Isaiah McKenzie, Jake Kumerow, Marquez Stevenson, Tanner Gentry

The Buffalo Bills made only one change at this position and it is a significant one as the team released Cole Beasley, who had been the starting slot receiver the past three seasons. He had played at least 60% of the snaps each of those seasons and had 82 receptions in each of the past two seasons.

The Bills seemingly replaced Beasley by signing Jamison Crowder, who has played a majority of his career in the slot and has shown to be a sure-handed receiver. The question is does Isaiah McKenzie, who Buffalo brought back on a two-year deal, see his role expand more after good games towards the end of last season.

The other notable change is right now it would appear that Gabriel Davis is set to be the starting wide receiver opposite Stefon Diggs on the outside. Last year, he competed for snaps with Emmanuel Sanders but with the veteran not brought back yet it looks to be Davis’ job.