Breaking News : Another Veteran Super Bowl Winner Confirmed He Want To Join The Bills

The Buffalo Bills forbade former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling from leaving the premises after he paid them visits on Monday night and Tuesday morning. Breaking news this morning: according to various reports, Marquez Valdes-Scantling has signed a one-year contract with the Bills worth up to $4.5 million, including a signing bonus of $1.125 million.
This action was taken almost three weeks following Buffalo’s selection of wide receiver Keon Coleman with the first pick in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft. After selecting Coleman, the addition of “MVS” to the starting lineup reinforces Josh Allen’s core pass-catching group, which also includes tight ends Dawson Knox and Dalton Kincaid, wide receivers Curtis Samuel, and Khalil Shakir.

After being chosen in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft, the 29-year-old former NC State and USF player played for the Green Bay Packers for the first four seasons of his career. While his numbers may not impress the casual observer, he possesses a genuine ability to spread the field, as demonstrated by his career average of 17.0 yards per reception. With 42 catches, two touchdowns, and almost 700 yards in 2022 with Kansas City, he nearly broke the 700 yard threshold. However, he had a poor year in 2023 (21-315-1), which should spur him to make a bigger impact in Buffalo.

Although he is 29 years old and won’t suddenly become an NFL star, he has caught some difficult throws against the Bills in the past. Giving Allen a completely different offensive design with several receivers who can spread the field at any time couldn’t be detrimental.

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