Breaking News: Another Experienced Buffalo Bills Star In Talk To Leave The Bills

Bills Trade Suggested by Insider TE Division Rival to Dawson Knox
With their first-round selection in 2023, the Buffalo Bills selected tight end Dalton Kincaid, who immediately established himself as a favorite target for quarterback Josh Allen and broke records for rookie pass-catchers inside the organization.

However, veteran tight end Dawson Knox may find himself in a difficult situation as a result of Kincaid’s quick rise, and one insider thinks Knox may wind up being used as trade bait this offseason. The Miami Dolphins may be interested in Knox, who has shown to be a potent red-zone target despite occasionally struggling with health, according to Bleacher Report’s Joe Tansey.

Dawson Knox “Seems Like a Great Fit” for Miami
Setting the franchise record for most receptions by a rookie, Kincaid outperformed Sammy Watkins in one of the best seasons ever for a tight end in the Bills organization. At the end of the season, Kincaid had two touchdowns and 73 receptions for 673 yards.

Tansey hinted that Knox would become unnecessary for the Bills if Kincaid’s role expands in his second season. Tansey thinks the Dolphins would be interested if the organization decides to shop Knox around.


It is evident that Knox is no longer Buffalo’s top tight end, but he was still useful in the postseason with Kincaid, Tansey noted. Under [head coach Mike] McDaniel, the tight end position had no effect on Miami’s offense. Although Knox does not need to catch a lot of passes, he would be a valuable addition if he could be productive in the red zone.

Knox’s output has decreased since his breakthrough year of 2021, when he had 49 receptions for 587 yards and nine touchdowns. He had a difficult season due to injuries, playing in only 12 games before undergoing wrist surgery in the middle of the campaign. In the end, Knox caught a career-low 22 passes for 186 yards and two scores.

Hard Offseason for the Buffalo Bills
The Bills stand to gain financially from moving Knox, as they are predicted to go over the cap by over $50 million. The team could save around $2.6 million if they restructured Knox’s deal and gave him a wage reduction, according to Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports.

The Bills’ general manager, Brandon Beane, has already issued a warning, stating that the team would have little cap room available to sign free agents and draft picks this summer.

According to, Beane stated, “We’re going to be shopping at some of the same stores we were shopping at last year.” “We’re not going to those upscale stores on Main Street in New York City.”

It’s unclear what the Bills may ask for in exchange if they decide to deal Knox. After compensatory picks are given, the team should have ten total draft choices. They also need players on both sides of the ball.

The Bills, who have struggled to find a trustworthy wide receiver to replace No. 1 pass-catcher Stefon Diggs, are reportedly considering selecting a wide receiver with their first-round selection. For the first time in his career, Diggs has gone his entire previous seven games without scoring a touchdown.

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