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BBR: 2020 Free-agent wide receiver group is uninspiring

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The draft may be the best route for the Bills to find an impact receiver

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As we eagerly await the start of the 2020 free agency period, fans of the Buffalo Bills may want to lower their expectations when it comes to the options at wide receiver. In the latest episode of Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, I take a closer look at some of the wide receivers set to be available—and why none will likely be options for the Bills.

While Amari Cooper would fit the mold of a number-one receiver opposite John Brown, no one expects the Dallas Cowboys to let him leave. Even if he did hit free agency, I doubt that general manager Brandon Beane would pay somewhere in the neighborhood of $20 million per season to bring him to Buffalo.

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