Parris Campbell is another one that has played primarily in the slot, but he also played 218 plays as the boundary receiver as well, so he has some versatility. This gives the Bills the ability to move all three receivers around the formation, between Diggs, Shakir, and Campbell, as all three have experience playing both on the outside and in the slot.
Campbell struggled the first three seasons of his career, logging only 15 games, starting eight of them. During that time, he accumulated only 34 receptions, 360 yards, and two touchdowns. Last season, it all came together for Campbell, finally playing in all 17 games, while starting 16 of them. He amassed 63 receptions for 623 yards and three touchdowns.
Campbell, like the previous two receivers, has never had an elite quarterback, so would be interesting to see what he could do in the Buffalo Bills’ offense with Josh Allen slinging the ball around the field.
One of the great things about all three of these receivers, is they are all under the age of 27. This is important because if they work out, the Buffalo Bills can extend them and have more long-term security, rather than previous signings of receivers who are later in their careers already.