4 free agent upgrades Bills should pursue after Tre'Davious White release

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Michael Thomas

The Buffalo Bills have been busy at wide receiver and have over 12 wide receivers currently on their roster. However, when trying to replace players like Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis it needs to be a numbers game and they shouldn't be afraid to add more to the position.

At this point of the offseason, options are much more limited and while there are significant questions around Michael Thomas, he does provide the most upside of the remaining players. The former Saints wide receiver had 90 or more receptions in each of his first four seasons in the league, including setting a single-season record with 147 in 2019.

Unfortunately, injuries have derailed his career and he has played in only 20 games over the past four seasons. The former second-round pick turned 31 this offseason and while he may not lead the league in receptions, if he can stay healthy Thomas could be a key part of this offense.