Buffalo Bills: 5 moves to make before the 2023 NFL Draft

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Buffalo Bills, Julio Jones
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Moves the Buffalo Bills should make before the 2023 NFL Draft: Sign free agent WR Julio Jones

Just like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did last year, the Bills could make a move like signing free agent wide receiver Julio Jones to a 1-year deal because, well, they are a team working toward winning a Super Bowl right now.

Jones didn’t blow the roof off last season for Tampa Bay, but nobody really did, quite honestly. Although he’s not a spring chicken, by any means, Jones still showed some burst at times last year. Of course, most of that hype came in the preseason and in training camp, but he still looked like he had some ball left in him.

If the 34-year-old isn’t counted on to be a WR1 or WR2, or even a WR3, he’ll be fine. He can be thrown in on certain packages and given an opportunity to use his big body to move chains when needed.

Last year with the Bucs, Jones caught 24 passes for 299 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 10 games. He would come very cheap, likely even on a minimum deal, but Jones’ experience and specific skillset would be welcome in Buffalo.