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The Bills have one of the NFL’s best wide receiver rooms right now, but is there still room for another addition? Not only that, a massive one?
It’s previously been reported that the Falcons were fielding trade offers for wide receiver Julio Jones. The team has changed around their front office recently and making such a move could shake things up in Atlanta.
Albeit a longshot.
The Bills were one of only 11 teams in the NFL who were given odds of trading for the 32-year-old this past week. Buffalo sits far behind the favorites, the Baltimore Ravens at +275, but the Bills still do clock in at +1400:
Some do think sportsbooks know something the rest of us might not. While at least being a longshot is very correct for the Bills, it seems near impossible that this would happen.
According to Spotrac, the Bills have $3.2 million in cap space currently. Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane would have to do some big-time moving around of numbers if Jones was to be acquired. Included in that would be restructuring Jones’ contract as it carries a near $23M cap hit.
Still, imagine how fun it’d be to see quarterback Josh Allen throwing to two All-Pro wide receivers in Diggs and Jones? The word unstoppable comes to mind.
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