Wide Receiver and Tight End
The Buffalo Bills struggled to produce much offence through the air last season and needed a big upgrade to help Allen continue to make solid progress.
With the team’s receiving corps, including tight ends, needing to be improved, the Buffalo Bills moved quickly – adding potentially three new starters and further depth.
Cole Beasley is the biggest name added to the team’s receivers, fitting in perfectly as the team’s new slot receiver.
672 receiving yards and three touchdowns are decent numbers for a slot receiver, especially with Jones and Foster.
The addition of Duke Williams, who performed well in the CFL, and John Brown, the Bills have significantly improved their depth and options for Allen to target down the field.
Kroft has a real opportunity to earn a starting position with the Buffalo Bills, having only one season of significance with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 – earning 404 yards and seven touchdowns.