Whoever is calling plays next season probably will be doing it without wide receiver Gabe Davis. The Bills drafted Davis in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft and he has been a starter opposite Stefon Diggs for the past two seasons.
Davis has certainly had some moments and had big performances, like his four touchdown game against the Chiefs in the playoffs or the game against the Steelers last season with 171 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Unfortunately, he is not consistent and he disappears for long stretches of games.
He is a young wide receiver that should generate a lot of interest in free agency and there will probably be a team that is willing to offer him a big contract. However, the Bills probably don't have the cap space to match and probably will be looking for a wide receiver who can be more consistent week in and week out to complement Diggs.