Bills Met With Exciting Wide Receiver Prospect at Combine
You can never have too many wide receivers in the modern NFL, especially when your quarterback is Josh Allen.
That's why the Buffalo Bills met with WR prospect Jordan Addison at the NFL Combine this week, even though they already have talented wideouts such as Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis on the roster.
Bills Combine Meetings
Speaking of Diggs, Addison is already familiar with the three-time Pro Bowler. Both grew up and went to school in Maryland, so Addison got to watch Diggs play in high school when he was a kid. Perhaps Diggs even inspired Addison to chase his own NFL dreams.
Diggs is 29 now, though, and may not have too many more years left with the Bills. It would be fitting if Buffalo drafted Addison and helped him become the next Diggs.
Based on how Addison played in college, it's certainly possible. The 21-year-old finished his collegiate career with 3,134 receiving yards and 29 touchdown catches in three seasons, proving he has what it takes to play in the NFL.
Time will tell whether the Bills will draft Addison. If they do, he'll get plenty of tips from one of the best wide receivers around.