Bills address WR need in post-Stefon Diggs full 7-round NFL mock draft

Bills Mafia believed the Bills needed to draft a widr receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft. With Stefon Diggs kicked out of One Bills Drive, that need has reached astronomical now levels now.
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Buffalo Bills 4th round - 2024 NFL Draft

R4:123 - Cole Bishop - Safety, Utah

The Bills already grabbed Nubin in the second round, but why not double dip at the position, the same as we did with the receiver? We don't know exactly what we will get with the tandem of Mike Edwards and Taylor Rapp, so adding depth and potential starting quality safeties with Nubin and Cole Bishop is ideal. Bishop has excellent size at 6'2" and 206 pounds but also boasts an impressive 40-time of 4.45 seconds. Bishop was second-team all-conference in the PAC-12 and a team captain.

R4:128 - Trevor Keegan - Guard, Michigan

Trevor Keegan comes from Michigan, which boasted one of the best offensive lines in college football and helped pave the way for the Wolverines National Championship. The same offensive line that helped running back Blake Corum set multiple Michigan rushing records. The Bills have their offensive line set on paper, but I'm not completely sold on the starting five or the depth. Keegan is 6'5" and weighs 310 pounds. One thing consistent in his scouting reports is he possesses a mean streak and plays through the whistle. Two things you can never have too much of on the line.

R4:133 - Mohamed Kamara - Edge, Colorado State

The Bills finally address their need at edge in the fourth round, though I could see Buffalo going edge earlier in the draft. What happens will depend on Von Miller as he continues to try to get back to his pre-injury status. The team also has A.J. Epenesa and Gregory Rousseau, both solid players but neither are a big-time threat in the pass rush. They often say that sack production at the collegiate level translates to the NFL and if that is the case, look no further than Mohamed Kamara. His career numbers are outstanding totaling 30.5 sacks and 45.5 TFLs. He'll need to develop other pass-rush and learn to set the edge better in run defense, but he's relentless in pass-rush, which could serve him well at the next level.