The Buffalo Bills had a great regular season in 2022, finishing the year with a 13-3 record.
However, they fell short of the Super Bowl, falling to the Cincinnati Bengals in the Divisional round.
Now, the Bills have been looking for different ways they can build their team, giving their roster the best possible opportunity to compete in the AFC.
Many have pointed to their wide receiver corps as an area of potential growth, especially with DeAndre Hopkins said to be on the move.
If reporter Tim Graham’s latest statements are true, the Bills will not be pursuing Hopkins as many fans had previously hoped.
Barring a significant development, the Bills are not trading for DeAndre Hopkins.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) March 28, 2023
Hopkins is still under contract with the Arizona Cardinals.
For him to be moved, a team would not only need to give up capital to trade for him, but they would need to take on his contract as well.
Hopkins is owed $27.5 million per year for the next two seasons, a hefty price for any team to pay.
Being that the Bills need to pay their star quarterback, it’s increasingly less likely that they can afford Hopkins.
The Bills do still have Stefon Diggs on the roster, who has been a valuable contributor for them.
However, the depth chart is somewhat bleak after Diggs, as many fans aren’t overwhelmingly confident in Gabriel Davis.
In the eyes of many fans, the Bills need to make a few more moves to compete in the AFC.
The Kansas City Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes, and the Bengals, led by Joe Burrow, continue to better themselves.
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