A six-year veteran, the 30-year-old Washington received interest from the Bills during last year's free agency period before ultimately signing with Baltimore. He had a solid season as a slot receiver, recording career highs in receptions (34) and yards (431) while adding two scores.
With Terrell Owens and Josh Reed no longer with the club, Buffalo lacks experience behind top receiver Lee Evans. Washington proved last year that he can produce, and he'd be solid veteran competition for prospect players such as James Hardy and Steve Johnson. Add in Washington's special teams prowess, and it's not difficult to see why Washington would be an interesting option for Buffalo.
Washington is also receiving interest from the Seattle Seahawks, who lost free agent receiver Nate Burleson to Detroit overnight.