Ranking the biggest roster needs for the Bills entering 2024 NFL Draft

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1. Wide Receiver

Without question, the biggest need for the Buffalo Bills entering the 2024 NFL Draft is at wide receiver. Early in free agency, the Bills saw Gabe Davis agree to a three-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars and it was clear that they would be replacing at least one starter.

That appeared to be Curtis Samuel, who signed a three-year deal, but since that deal the Bills would trade Stefon Diggs. The depth chart currently looks to have Samuel, Khalil Shakir, and Mack Hollins which can probably get the job done when considering the Bills also have Dalton Kincaid and James Cook as pieces for the passing game.

However, this is a deep wide receiver class and the Buffalo Bills should be in a position to draft a wide receiver that could develop into a number one wide receiver for this offense. The Buffalo Bills are entering this year's draft in a position where they don't have to draft a wide receiver but it seems very likely when considering how the rest of the roster is currently constructed.