What Bills’ Sean McDermott, Brandon Beane like about Curtis Samuel

The Buffalo Bills are feeling good about landing wide receiver Curtis Samuel.

Samuel, 27, agreed to a three-year deal in Buffalo. The wideout arrived after the team lost Gabe Davis in free agency.

Davis was a deep-ball target. Samuel is not. That was something that was appealing to the Bills.

“I like the addition of Curtis [Samuel], the speed element. The numbers of different guys we got in there, but you can certainly add [tight ends] Dalton [Kincaid] and Dawson [Knox] to that room with those guys,” Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott said at the NFL Annual Meetings.

For general manager Brandon Beane, it was something different. The speed helps, but the versatility Samuel brings in along with his quickness could be a problem for opposing defenses the Bills will face in 2024.

Beane’s full thoughts can be found in the WKBW-TV clip below:

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire