5 teams that could steal Bills' ideal first-round WR prospects in 2024 NFL Draft

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Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers went through significant changes this offseason with a new head coach in Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Greg Roman. They also said goodbye to Mike Williams, who was released, and Keenan Allen, who they traded to the Chicago Bears.

The Chargers do still have last year's first-round pick Quentin Johnston but after a lackluster rookie season, they probably don't have much confidence that he can be that number one wide receiver. After Johnston, the Chargers have only Joshua Palmer, Simi Fehoko, and Derius Davis.

At number five, the Chargers once again seem like an obvious landing spot for a wide receiver but they could also look to trade back with an established quarterback in Justin Herbert. On top of that, the Chargers seemed poised to be a run-heavy offense and they may not put as much of an emphasis on the position.

If the Chargers don't select a wide receiver, this would be a big win for the Buffalo Bills.