Per reports from SiriusXM's Adam Caplan and Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Buffalo Bills are busy working out veteran wide receivers on Monday.
Caplan reports that the team tried out 24-year-old Danario Alexander, a former undrafted free agent of the St. Louis Rams. A highly gifted 6'5", 217-pound athlete, Alexander went undrafted in 2010 due to knee issues, then was waived this past August after missing most of training camp with a hamstring issue. Alexander has 46 receptions, 737 yards and three touchdowns in his two-year career.
Florio, meanwhile, reports that the team also brought in veteran Donte' Stallworth for a workout. Most recently cut by the New England Patriots, Stallworth, 32, didn't make the cut with the receiver-rich Patriots, and then couldn't make anything out of a late August workout with Miami. Stallworth had 22 catches last year as a member of the Washington Redskins.
While Buffalo kicks the tires on available wideouts - perhaps only to have up-to-date medical information on the two talented injury risks - rookie T.J. Graham has seen an increased role in the offense, appearing in 51 and 54 percent of the team's snaps over the last two games, respectively. He scored his first career touchdown in yesterday's 24-14 win over the Cleveland Browns.