DONE DEAL NEWS: The Icelandic Player Signed With The Buffalo Bills Worth $63.8 Million In Replacement Of An Injured Players…

The Buffalo Bills’ 2023 campaign was up and down; they were inconsistent in the first half of the season before heating up and going on a five-game winning run to end the regular season.

They were dubbed the AFC’s dark horse candidate, but they were defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round.

The top wide receiver Stefon Diggs may have a different uniform before the 2024 season starts, according to speculations circulating around the Bills this offseason.

According to Jonathan Jones, they did take a step on Thursday to offer quarterback Josh Allen an additional weapon when they signed wide receiver Curtis Samuel to a $30 million, three-year contract.

According to a source, the Bills have signed former Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel to a $30 million three-year contract that includes a $15 million guarantee.

After playing for the Washington Commanders for the previous three seasons, Samuel caught 62 receptions in 2023 for 613 yards and four touchdowns.

In 2020, he recorded 77 receptions for 851 yards and three touchdowns while playing for the Carolina Panthers, which was his greatest season.

Gabe Davis, Buffalo’s second-best wide receiver after Diggs, was lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars earlier this week in free agency; it is assumed Samuel will take his place.

Leonard Floyd, a pass rusher on defense, also left and joined the San Francisco 49ers.

Mack Hollins, a wide receiver who struggled in 2023 with the Atlanta Falcons but had 690 yards and four scores the previous season with the Las Vegas Raiders, was also added by Buffalo.

The Bills should have a strong chance of making it to the AFC Championship Game if they stay fit and whole, but the league seems to have grown even more competitive, plus there’s the rumored Bills curse that looms large every winter.

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