4 free agent do-overs for the Buffalo Bills from 2022

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Jamison Crowder

Contract: 1 year, $2 million

On the surface, the signing of Jamison Crowder was expected to be one of the best for the Buffalo Bills last offseason. He was a veteran slot receiver who had success in his stops with Washington and the New York Jets but never had a quarterback as talented as Josh Allen throwing him the ball.

Crowder was expected to replace Cole Beasley in this offense but injuries essentially ended any chance of him making an impact. He would have trouble staying healthy during training camp and saw Isaiah McKenzie surpass him on the depth chart and then suffer a broken ankle in Week 4 that would end his season.

One better option for the Buffalo Bills this past offseason would have been signing Mack Hollins, who had a career year with the Las Vegas Raiders after catching 57 passes on 94 targets for 690 receiving yards and four touchdowns.