5 wide receivers the Buffalo Bills have interviewed at 2023 NFL Combine

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Michael Wilson

The final wide receiver that the Buffalo Bills have shown some interest in this week at the NFL Combine is Michael Wilson from Stanford as Ajay Cybulski with Cover1 tweeted the team met with him in Indianapolis but also at the Senior Bowl. He is not like the other wide receivers mentioned to this point as he is a bigger wide receiver at 6’2″ and 210 pounds.

The biggest concern with Wilson is injuries as he has seen his season cut short in 2020 and 2022 due to injuries. In the past three seasons, Wilson has played only 14 games in total.

The last time he played a full season was in 2019 and he showed potential with 56 receptions, 672 receiving yards, and five receiving touchdowns. Wilson showed that production again this past season prior to his injury when he caught 26 passes for 418 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns in six games.

Wilson would likely be a Day 3 target but probably wouldn’t be expected to contribute as a rookie and would be viewed more as a long-term option with the limited experience the past few years.

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