4 Buffalo Bills veterans who are not safe after 2024 NFL Draft

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Andy Isabella

The wide receiver position was a concern for the Buffalo Bills and the front office has been deligient to add as much talent as possible. This is setting up a very intriguing training camp battle because there is theoretically upwards of nine wide receivers that have a chance for a spot but the team may only have five or six available.

Similar to defensive end, there are three spots that are locked up at this point with Curtis Samuel, Khalil Shakir, and second-round pick Keon Coleman. After these three, Mack Hollins has the next best chance to make the 53-man roster as a veteran for this group and also one who is one of the best run-blocking wide receivers.

That means that for the final one or two spots it is down to four players including Justin Shorter, Andy Isabella, Tyrell Shavers, Quintez Cephus, and KJ Hamler. It may be surprising but the two players that might be on the outside looking in right now are Andy Isabella and K.J. Hamler.

The reason it is surprising is that those are veterans while Shorter and Shavers are the unproven players at this point. However, after the NFL Draft, Brandon Beane specifically noted these two wide receivers as one of the reasons they didn't add a second receiver.

That is why someone like Andy Isabella, who was active at points during the regular season, might have trouble keeping that roster spot in 2024.