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The Buffalo Bills "are open to dealing" wide receiver Lee Evans, who has been with the team since being selected in the 2004 draft's first round, a source tells the Buffalo News.

Evans has told teammates that "he believes he's going to be dealt," the News reports.

"Like everything else, it's all speculation," Bills GM Buddy Nix said on a local radio show, according to the paper. "Lee is a Bill -- we're counting on Lee to be here. You never know what will happen on any guys. ... I guess I'll say that nobody is untouchable, starting wherever you want to start. If it upgrades us and makes us a better team then we'd look into doing it."

The News has it that the Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens "have reportedly expressed interest."

The 30-year-old Evans, who is under contract till the end of next season, has had 43 career touchdowns over seven seasons and has averaged 15.7 yards per catch in that time. In 13 games last year, he finished with career lows in receptions (37) and touchdowns (four).

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Source: Buffalo News

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