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

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2.) Byron Pringle

Pringle has had an interesting NFL career to say the least. He went undrafted in 2018 before signing with the Kansas City Chiefs where he was on a loaded depth chart in a receiving room that had Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman and Travis Kelce. In three years with the Chiefs, Pringle put up 898 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. An impressive stat that stands out about Pringle is in 2021, he was able to pick up 32 first downs which kept drives alive for the Chiefs. After spending three seasons with the Chiefs, Pringle signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears in 2022 where he only had 10 catches for 135 yards and two scores. 

In four seasons, Pringle has had to deal with top receivers taking up the spotlight and playing, as well as being part of the worst team in football last season. With Pringle’s availability, Pringle would have an opportunity to compete to see more playing time since the Bills at this moment only have one true weapon in Stefon Diggs. Pairing Pringle with the Bills receiving core would add competition, but also more veteran presence.