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BUFFALO 2024 BILLS OFFSEASON REVIEW

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Wide Receiver room changes with more ability and athleticism -Contributing Writer Keontae Key

The Buffalo Bills kicked off the offseason in a significant way as three of their  former Pro Bowl players left and other key players as well. A few players that  are leaving the Bills this offseason to pursue future endeavors are Stefon Diggs,  Jordan Poyer, Tre White, and Gabe Davis. This led off controversial debates as to if  the Bills Superbowl window has closed. 

As conversation sparks amongst Bills and NFL fans on the status of the team  heading into next season, the Bills front office is still looking to bring in weapons  for Allen just to show us this isn’t a rebuild but more so a reset on offense as the Bills cap space was bound to take a significant hit due to the contracts they have given  players recently in hopes of a championships. 

Despite all these concerns this offseason on how the Bills are gonna be, they are blocking out the noise as they have required new players who can work  for the team success like wide receivers Keon Coleman the Bills second round 2024  draft pick and Curtis Samuel who was a good receiver in  Washington. With Josh  Allen at the helm, and still having defense of players like Matt Milano, Terrel Bernard Rasul Douglas and Von Miller on the team the Bills can still be a force to be reckoned with.  

Currently the Bills focus is getting prepared for training camp and figuring  out the 53-man roster throughout the preseason as it will be approaching shortly  after camp starts. While the Bills wait for training camp to start, they have held  practices already amongst the new talent within the team.

Currently the Bills focus is getting prepared for training camp and figuring  out the 53-man roster throughout the preseason as it will be approaching shortly  after camp starts. While the Bills wait for training camp to start, they have held  practices already amongst the new talent within the team. 

As stated, earlier Keon Coleman is the key player to watch for as during these  practices, he has looked good but nothing major to consider if he will be that new  number one guy for the Bills. The Bills front office and players themselves have  stated they have high hopes for the rookie wide receiver as Josh Allen said “I think his  play style (is) what we needed in our offense,”. This praise is due to Coleman’s build as he is listed as 6 foot and 4 inches and weighs 215 pounds and is a physical  threat that can go grab the ball over the shoulders and in from others players when  one on one.

 The Bills have other bigger  wide receivers  who can use their height as an advantage especially in the Red Zone were Bills options for a 50/50  ball was dismal at best. Other surprises during OTA’s at WR were Chase Claypool, K.J Hamler and Xavier Johnson. Justin Shorter and Tyrell Shavers continue to impress coming off practice squad last season.

The big question is how quickly will Josh Allen develop in game chemistry will his new weaponry, If so then the AFC East will be on notice for a 5 straight Division Title and the Bills can so everyone that are a team that still in their prime with #17 under the helm as the continue the quest for a true Super Bowl run.

All we can do is speculate and watch as this offseason  flies past into this training camp at St John Fisher College transitioning into the  preseason. Then eventually the 2024 – 2025 season will kick off to which we will  get some answer on if this newly changed offense is poise and ready to make an  impact with an Allen and Coleman connection possibly leading the way.

Keontae Key

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