5 Buffalo Bills players who will be cut before the 2024 season

The Buffalo Bills are close to filling out their 90-man roster, and very soon will begin the task of finding their final 53 for the start of the 2024 NFL season. Here are five players that might not make it past cut-down day.
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Mack Hollins - Wide Receiver

The Bills have added a lot to the Bills receiver room this offseason, including three that are 6'4", and two others with sub-4.4 times. Justin Shorter and Tyrell Shavers are both 6'4" as well. Seems like a lot of tall, big-bodied receivers on one roster and I don't think they all make this team. Brandon Beane made a point to mention Shavers specifically when talking about the Bills receivers and it's hard to imagine the team throwing in the towel on second-year receiver Shorter. I considered newly signed Chase Claypool as a cut candidate instead, but I think the athletic profile and pure talent will keep Claypool on the roster.

Hollins enjoyed his best season two years ago with the Las Vegas Raiders. He had 57 receptions on 94 targets, and 690 yards, with four touchdowns. He was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017 in the fourth round with the 118th overall selection. Since then, he's played with four different teams, the Bills will be his fifth if he makes the team. He last played with the Atlanta Falcons in 2023 and was a non-factor on the stat sheet, with only 18 receptions, 251 yards, and no touchdowns. He played in 13 games, starting three.