4 former Buffalo Bills who won't live up to their new contracts

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Gabe Davis

After Tee Higgins and Michael Pittman Jr. received franchise tags and Mike Evans signed a new deal with the Bucs, Gabe Davis was one of the best wide receivers available in free agency. For that reason, it isn't surprising that he received a three year deal worth $39 million with an average salary of $13 million per year.

That average salary is the 24th highest among wide receivers but it is tough to see Davis producing like a Top 24 wide receiver. In the pass-heavy offense with the Bills, he never had more than 50 receptions or 850 receiving yards but certainly had his chances with over 170 targets over the past two seasons.

He is now joining a Jaguars offense that already has Christian Kirk, Zay Jones, Evan Engram and Travis Etienne. It wouldn't be surprising if Davis doesn't finish the season as the leading receiver within his own offense.