2. Gabe Davis
Secondly, the Bills could try dealing wide receiver Gabe Davis, who has been a popular name in any Buffalo trade conversations or rumors. Davis, of course, is in the final year of his rookie contract. He has had some monster games over the first three years of his career, showing an ability to become a legitimate, big-play type at the WR2 spot.
But at the same time, inconsistencies have been overwhelming, which cause Bills fans to wonder if he's worth extending after the season, or if the Bills would even entertain it at all.
If Buffalo is leaning toward not extending Davis, then maybe including him in a deal like this would make some sense. Indianapolis could use some solidarity at the wide receiver position, too, as they've been awaiting a true Michael Pittman Jr. breakout and see things they like in second-year pro Alec Pierce. The Colts also have this year's third-round pick Josh Downs and former Bill Isaiah McKenzie in the mix.
Anthony Richardson would benefit from a deep threat like Davis, who has the speed and size to become a go-to downfield playmaker for the Colts. For a rookie quarterback, a wide receiver room of Pittman, Pierce and Davis would look fairly promising.