3 Indianapolis Colts that the Buffalo Bills could target before trade deadline

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Buffalo Bills Trade Target: Parris Campbell

The Buffalo Bills have one of the best passing games in the NFL and have excellent wide receivers in Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. However, there is the potential for improvements at slot receiver as Isaiah McKenzie hasn’t done a great job stepping into the starting role to begin the season.

If the Buffalo Bills want to improve that spot, a wide receiver like Parris Campbell makes perfect sense for this offense. Campbell was a second round pick by the Colts in 2019 but hasn’t had many opportunities in the first three years with Indianapolis.

In his career, Campbell has 62 receptions on 91 targets for 599 receiving yards and four touchdowns. He is coming off a career game this past Sunday when he had 10 receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown.

The notable stat with Campbell is that he has only one career drop, which occurred back in his rookie season. He is a sure-handed receiver that Josh Allen could lean on to move the chains in those third down situations.