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Glazer: Bills are still in market for a WR

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5 minutes ago, Frez said:

To bad we missed on Sanders and Sanu. 

Bills were reportedly interested in Sanders, not in Sanu. Definitely two different types of players, so perhaps that’s why. Pats were trying to trade for Sanu since the offseason , but finally caved on the price. 

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Just now, Boatdrinks said:

Bills were reportedly interested in Sanders, not in Sanu. Definitely two different types of players, so perhaps that’s why. Pats were trying to trade for Sanu since the offseason , but finally caved on the price. 

According to Glazer they were in on both 

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1 minute ago, YoloinOhio said:

According to Glazer they were in on both 

Hmmm. Interesting , and I wasn’t aware of the interest in Sanu. Thanks for pointing it out, as they are very different. 

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10 minutes ago, Frez said:

To bad we missed on Sanders and Sanu. 

Sanders would have been a good pick up. The guy is a consumate pro and he would have fit nicely.

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Question to those who don’t think getting a legit WR helps Allen....

 

How do you explain the Josh Allen/John Brown connection?  Coincidence?

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2 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

Hmmm. Interesting , and I wasn’t aware of the interest in Sanu. Thanks for pointing it out, as they are very different. 

Probably just sniffing around - I highly doubt Beane was offering the asking price of what those guys got. He loves his draft picks.

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1 minute ago, YoloinOhio said:

Probably just sniffing around - I highly doubt Beane was offering the asking price of what those guys got. He loves his draft picks.

Next year's WR class should be pretty good,  too.

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3 hours ago, Coach Tuesday said:

I bet they don't make a single trade.

Good, keep your picks and use them in april on wr, rb, de. Green is too old and injury prone. Robby is no better than smoke. Too bad Duke isn't faster?

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4 hours ago, Rbleyle said:

Disagree with that.  It’s the RBs he’s doesn’t use.  He has frequently ignored the running game and prefers JA as his lead running option.  

 

 

No, wait....it's the TE's he doesn't use.

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4 hours ago, Steptide said:

I'll be shocked if beane gives up higher than a 3rd for a good receiver 


why? He gave up a 3 for a bad one.

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36 minutes ago, zevo said:

It would probably cost that much and he is what this offense needs

Problem is now you have 2 drafts without a number 1 

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1 hour ago, JinxedBill said:

Yeah right Hopkins would cost 2 firsts plus more even if they were willing to deal him and I doubt they are.

 

Those firsts would replace what Houston gave up to Miami earlier this season.  

 

34 minutes ago, DefenseWins said:

Mike Evans would certainly be a nice addition. Here is what his contract currently looks like:

 

https://overthecap.com/player/mike-evans/2946/

 

A rather large but affordable base salary for next season in particular but after that not as bad.

 

Depends on what TB wants in return...

 

 

Depends on the dead cap hit TB stands to take by trading him.  

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15 minutes ago, jkeerie said:

Next year's WR class should be pretty good,  too.

It looks to be , but still a roll of the dice. The Bills pick might not be all that high ( we hope) and drafted WRs don’t always provide immediate help. 

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52 minutes ago, DefenseWins said:

Mike Evans would certainly be a nice addition. Here is what his contract currently looks like:

 

https://overthecap.com/player/mike-evans/2946/

 

A rather large but affordable base salary for next season in particular but after that not as bad.

 

Depends on what TB wants in return...

 

Just curious why people think Tampa will trade him?  He’s under contract for the next 4 seasons and if Tampa decides to move on from Winston they will want a good group of WRs for their next QB.  They won’t trade Evans imo. 

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5 hours ago, Virgil said:

Why?  Daboll won't use them

He will sit the WR1 and dress Foster so he can play special teams.....

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We need an elite #1 possession WR who can run 4.4 and has a huge catch radius. I don’t see us making a trade for that kind of player, unless we give up a 1st or multiple picks. Better to take our chances and hope we get the running game going which opens up the play action. Foster & Duke have to come alive the final 9 games to achieve this. 

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If Glaser is reporting then the Bills are big fish hunting. I think the Bengals are the target team. Tyler Boyd or AJ Green would be my guess.

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Just now, Buffalo_Stampede said:

If Glaser is reporting then the Bills are big fish hunting. I think the Bengals are the target team. Tyler Boyd or AJ Green would be my guess.

Boyd is intriguing. He reminds me so much of Andre.....the way he runs after catch, his stature & his jersey number even.

Plus he's the main reason we went to playoffs 2 yrs ago-

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