Projecting the future of the Buffalo Bills 2024 free agents
Gabe Davis has seen his role in this offense grow over the first three years he has been with the Buffalo Bills after they drafted him in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. This past season was his first opportunity to be the starter right from the beginning of the season and he would finish with 836 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns.
While he was productive, there were also some concerns with his performance, particularly in terms of drops as his drop rate would reach almost 10% last season. This is something that he will have to correct this upcoming season
The potential return for Gabe Davis is ultimately going to come down to compensation and what he might be able to get in free agency. If Davis at a minimum plays at the same level he has last year, the Bills should at least be interested in working out a new contract.
One thing that probably works out in Buffalo's favor when it comes to negotiations will be next year's free agent class at wide receiver is pretty deep with players like Tee Higgins, Michael Pittman, Mike Evans, Calvin Ridley, Marquise Brown, Chase Claypool, and Odell Beckham Jr., all set to be free agents.
A long-term deal for Gabe Davis gives the Bills some flexibility in terms of how they structure the contract that allows them to retain the former fourth round pick.