The Bills in all likelihood won’t add a receiver right away with Donald Jones out for at least a month because they have Brad Smith as a fifth receiver option. But here are some realistic options should they choose to add another receiver in the next week or so.
Keep in mind that the Bills, if they choose to make an addition, will likely be looking for a player that can come in quickly and execute the system. Of course it’s always possible they consider a less familiar, but more talented option.
Kamar Aiken – 6’2″ 210 – The undrafted rookie had a good training camp, which is why he currently holds a spot on Buffalo’s practice squad. He has the size to play one of the outside receiver positions.
Craig Davis – 6’1″ 210 – The veteran wideout was an early training camp signing by the Bills this past summer and has a history with GM Buddy Nix from their San Diego days. He could be a consideration because of his familiarity with Buffalo’s offensive system.
Paul Hubbard – 6’2″ 215 – He was a final cut at the end of training camp and spent most of last season on Buffalo’s practice squad before a late season call up when injuries struck last year. Only the active roster is an option for him however, as he has no practice squad eligibility left.
Tags: Craig Davis, Kamar Aiken, Paul Hubbard
Posted in Inside the Bills