Predicting new teams for former Buffalo Bills who are still free agents

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Bills receiver Cole Beasley gains yardage after a catch. /

Cole Beasley – Baltimore Ravens

Cole Beasley has been a big part of the Buffalo Bills’ offense since joining as a free agent in 2019. In three seasons, Beasley had 231 receptions, 2,438 receiving yards, and 11 receiving touchdowns.

While this past season, he wasn’t nearly as efficient and saw yards per reception drop, he is still a reliable pass catcher with a catch rate over 70% for the second straight season.

There are a number of teams that could be a logical landing spot for Beasley with the Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers making sense. However, the Baltimore Ravens are a team that could benefit the most from Beasley.

The Ravens traded away Marquise Brown during the NFL Draft which leaves Rashod Batemen and Devin Duvernay as the two top wide receivers with Mark Andrews likely being the top receiving target for Lamar Jackson.

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The fact that the Ravens are not going to be a high-volume passing attack when they do throw they should want players they know is going to catch the ball regularly. This is where Beasley would fit and could be a player that can move the chains consistently.