Potential free agent wide receivers the Buffalo Bills can sign

Do the Buffalo Bills need to do more at the wide receiver position
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Michael Thomas

I'm not sure what to think about Michael Thomas, but if the Bills could sign him to a one-year, prove-it deal, why not take the chance and see what he has to offer? Bring him to camp and let him earn a roster spot. He's 31 but hasn't played much in the last few years. Thomas played in only ten games from 2020 to 2022. During that span, he recorded 56 receptions and 609 yards.

Thomas played ten games last season, starting seven of them. He had 39 receptions, 448 yards, and one touchdown. Similar to Renfrow, could Thomas have a career resurrection in Buffalo? For Thomas, 2019 was one of the greatest performances by a receiver in league history. He had 149 receptions, 1,725 yards, and nine touchdowns. As I said, I'd welcome Thomas to town on a vet-minimum, prove-it deal.