4 wide receivers that the Buffalo Bills could trade for in 2023 offseason

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DeAndre Hopkins

Without question, the biggest wide receiver potentially available is Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Shortly after the 2022 regular season, Jordan Schultz with The Score reported that the Cardinals were likely to explore trades for the former All-Pro wide receiver.

This would appear to be a challenge considering he has roughly $34 million over two years left on a contract that had a no-trade clause. However, as CBS Sports Joel Corry reported that clause was voided when Hopkins was suspended for violating the league’s enhancing performance substances policy.

There is no question that the Buffalo Bills would really have to work the salary cap to create the necessary space to add DeAndre Hopkins and would probably have to give up the most trade compensation among the four wide receivers on this list.

However, there is a case to be made that the Bills would also have one of the best wide receiver duos in the league with one of the elite quarterbacks in Josh Allen that would be very tough on opposing defenses to stop.