Buffalo Bills: 4 former notable draft picks whose NFL career is probably over

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Buffalo Bills receiver - Marquez Stevenson (2021 - 2022)

Marquez Stevenson was drafted in the sixth round out of the University of Houston. He had his fair share of injuries in 2016, 2017, and 2020 during his younger years. When healthy, he showed off his speed and return skills with Houston, which was enough to impress NFL scouts but not enough to get drafted high, going in the sixth round, with the 203rd overall pick. Some Bills fans remembered Stevenson as an exciting athlete with speed and return ability. However, his only recorded stats in the NFL were 12 kick returns for 134 yards and a fumble.

After his time with the Bills, he joined the Cleveland Browns, followed by the Carolina Panthers in 2023. Stevenson's NFL career was nothing special, with only one reception in a game. He's now in the UFL with the 7-3 San Antonio Brahmas, where his career has shown a little more success as a fourth option and return man. Stevenson could make an NFL comeback in the future, but as a fourth option on a UFL team, there's a low chance that he does.