4 realistic free agent wide receivers the Buffalo Bills could target in 2023

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Jarvis Landry

The addition of Henry may not have been just for Odell Beckham Jr. as Henry also was the wide receiver coach for Jarvis Landry in three seasons in college at LSU and two seasons when both were with the Cleveland Browns in 2018 and 2019.

If the Buffalo Bills were to sign Jarvis Landry he would likely be expected to come in and compete for the starting slot receiver job. While he is not the same wide receiver who made five straight Pro Bowls during the early parts of his career, he is a sure handed wide receiver that can move the chains in a similar fashion to what Cole Beasley used to do.

Over the past two seasons, with the Cleveland Browns in 2021 and New Orleans Saints in 2022, Landry would be targeted 126 times and have only four drops with a drop rate just above 3%. He is a player that could be a good fit for this offense and a reliable target for Josh Allen in those third down situations.