Bills listed as potential landing spot for former Super Bowl wide receiver

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Buffalo Bills, Odell Beckham Jr.
Buffalo Bills, Odell Beckham Jr. / Perry Knotts/GettyImages

The mass exodus that has been the Buffalo Bills' offseason has quieted down a bit in recent days. But, it doesn't make the offseason hurt any less.

This team is going through changes, but the hope that still remains is the fact that Josh Allen is still under center, throwing the ball to Stefon Diggs and the defense is still returning some key players to hopefully continue being a stout unit.

Speaking of Diggs, the Bills saw his running mate, Gabe Davis, depart via free agency earlier in the month. Buffalo has since brought in both Curtis Samuel and Mack Hollins to try and pad the depth in their receiving room. However, they could still use another playmaker in the group.

Free agent Odell Beckham Jr. is a name to watch, when it comes to Buffalo. Heck, he's a name to watch for an AFC East rival, for that matter. The Miami Dolphins have had some interest in Beckham as of late. But, the Bills are also a team that some are connecting to Beckham in respect to the two of them being a sensible match.

Could Odell Beckham Jr. be the missing piece in Buffalo?

Bleacher Report's Gary Davenport recently posted a piece about some top remaining free agents, and Beckham was one of the names he wrote about. Davenport connected Beckham to three teams, in particular: Miami, Buffalo and the L.A. Chargers.

If Beckham wants to win another Super Bowl, just as he previously did with the Rams a handful of years back, either Buffalo or Miami make a ton of sense.

Pairing Beckham with Diggs could mean he ends up being an easy WR2, and at the worst, a WR3 with Samuel absorbing a few more touches in a variety of ways.

"The Buffalo Bills signed Curtis Samuel and Mack Hollins to replace the departed Gabe Davis, but those receivers are slot guys," Davenport wrote. "The Bills need a big body outside opposite Stefon Diggs, and Beckham would fit that bill—and have a real shot at a second Super Bowl."

Last year with the Baltimore Ravens, Beckham wasn't exactly an integral part of the offense, but that passing attack also didn't have a true WR1 on the roster. With Diggs in Buffalo, the bulk of the attention would be on him, leaving Beckham a bit more space to work with, potentially.

Would Beckham choose to come to an AFC contender for the second-straight year? We might end up seeing a decision sooner rather than later.