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Super Bowl winner added to Buffalo Bills, but Stefon Diggs’ replacement is still absent
After trading Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans, the Buffalo Bills have added another wide receiver to their roster, but they still don’t have a clear top choice to take his place.
As they look to replace star Stefon Diggs, the Buffalo Bills have added Super Bowl winner Marquez Valdes-Scantling to their roster.

After playing an integral part in both of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victories over the previous two seasons, Valdes-Scantling was released by Kansas City to make room on the roster for Marquise “Hollywood” Brown. He now plays for the Chiefs’ rivals, the Bills, where he will fight for a starting spot on a championship-caliber team, after two months as a free agent.

This offseason, the Bills made the unexpected trade of star receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans in exchange for future draft picks. Instead of bringing in a big-name free agent to take his place, the team has filled the position with a number of inexpensive, highly skilled additions, Valdes-Scantling being the most recent.

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The Bills still need a top receiver to take Diggs’ place, even though he has joined the ranks of players competing for a starting spot, including Mack Hollins, Keon Coleman, Curtis Samuel, Khalil Shakir, and Chase Claypool. Since no player on the Bills’ roster has ever recorded a 1,000-yard receiving season, it remains to be seen who Josh Allen will turn to as his main target.

Despite Coleman being a second-round rookie, the Bills have stated that they anticipate him playing a big role right away. The 20-year-old is expected to play outside receiver even though many people think the slot would be his best position.

Valdes Marquez-Scantling
Marquez Valdes-Scantling is now a member of the Buffalo Bills. (Photo: Getty Images/ISI Photos/Robin Alam))
Coleman is probably going to start next to Shakir and Samuel, who both looked good as third-choice options in the 2023 campaign.The Bills have a wide range of wide receivers at their disposal, but this season they might lean more toward their talented tight end.

After being selected in the first round of the previous season, Dalton Kincaid made a significant impression by amassing 673 yards and two touchdowns. By the end of the season, he established himself as Diggs’ clear backup, setting up the gifted receiver to possibly catch most of the passes going forward.


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