With DeAndre Hopkins to the Titans, who could the Buffalo Bills still sign at wide receiver?

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In light of the DeAndre Hopkins-to-Tennessee deal that was reported via Ian Rapoport, the Buffalo Bills see a top free agent that would have been a great addition to their offense go somewhere else. Hopkins reportedly inked a two-year deal worth $26 million, but can earn up to $32 million with incentives. Now that Hopkins has found himself a new home with a new deal, the Bills will have to continue to look for other players on the market if they decide to bring in more receiver competition. 

Now knowing the money that Hopkins received from the Titans, it was almost guaranteed that the Bills were not going to be able to afford to bring him in. If Odell Beckham didn’t receive a one-year deal worth $15 million a year from the Baltimore Ravens, maybe Hopkins to Buffalo would have been more reasonable. 

If the Bills decide to try and bring in more competition at the receiver position, they will have to think about what assets they want for their team. Of all the free agent receivers left on the market, none of them have the talent of Hopkins’ level. However, they would bring some sort of skill set that could benefit the Bills receiving core. Here are three free agent receivers the Bills could look at bringing in for training camp and even the season.