3 ways Bills can help Chase Claypool have career resurgence in Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills coaching staff can help Chase Claypool bounce back with these three things.
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The wide receiver position is going to be a constant topic of discussion through training camp and into the 2024 season for the Buffalo Bills. It has seen almost an entire overhaul and the Bills have tried their best to bring in as many options as possible to rebuild the position.

On Friday, they added another player to the competition by signing former second-round pick Chase Claypool. He was a second round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2020 NFL Draft and appeared on his way to a productive NFL career.

As a rookie, he had 873 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns. However, Claypool has struggled to maintain that success as he was traded midway through his third season to the Chicago Bears and lasted only 10 games over two seasons before being traded to the Miami Dolphins during last season.

There is certainly still time for Claypool to turn his career around as he is only 25 years old. However, it is not a guarantee that he even makes the 53-man roster for the Bills. He will definitely need to earn his roster spot but the coaching staff can do some things that will put him in a position to be successful based on some trends from early in his career.