Top 5 Positions the Bills Need to Address in the 2025 NFL Draft

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4. Wide Receiver

For 2025, the Bills need for wide receiver may not be as dire as this past draft, but it is still a need for this team. The Bills' first pick in 2024 is Keon Coleman, who is most likely a day one impact starter for this team. Along with Khalil Shakir coming off a breakout season in 2023 and the free agent signing of Curtis Samuel, is a good trio. But the Bills could use more talent. They also signed in free agency Mack Hollins and Chase Claypool, which is nothing to sneeze at in terms of depth, but they could use more there.

Justin Shorter is a question mark for this team because he did not play at all last season as a rookie, so no one knows what he could do for this team, but at the very least can contribute as a special teamer. Getting a wide receiver in the 2025 draft should be a top priority for this Bills front office moving forward, but maybe not as much as it was for 2024.