5 biggest storylines for the Buffalo Bills entering the upcoming minicamp

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Who will emerge among the wide receivers?

The popular discussion on the offensive side of the ball is at the wide receiver position as this was another one that went through dramatic changes. Early in free agency, the Bills knew they would not have Gabe Davis back after he signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Bills would address that loss by signing Mack Hollins and Curtis Samuel but it wouldn't be until a few weeks later that would be the biggest move of the offseason. A few weeks before the NFL Draft, the Bills and Texans agreed to a trade that would send Diggs to Houston, along with a few Day 3 picks, for a 2025 second-round pick.

Since that point, the Bills have been focused on adding as much as possible to give them the best chance to find a group of pass catchers to help Josh Allen. They would use their first pick, which was in the second round, to draft Keon Coleman. After the NFL Draft, the Bills brought in veterans like Chase Claypool and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.

It will be worth noting the wide receivers practicing with Josh Allen and who is working with Mitchell Trubisky and Shane Buechele.