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Sources tell Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 in Buffalo that the Bills will put veteran wide receiver Stevie Johnson on the trading block if they draft a wide receiver early.
It is no secret that first-year head coach Doug Marrone and the rest of the Bills coaching staff had a rocky releationship with Johnson in 2013 and Johnson himself admitted that hed did not work out enough last offseason and was not in top-flight shape. Buffalo already paid Johnson a $1.75 million March roster bonus, but could get out of his $3.65 million salary by moving on. Johnson could probably attract a fifth- or sixth-round draft pick or could throw in Johnson as an extra in a trade up Thursday night. The Bills have been heavily connected to Sammy Watkins, Odell Beckham, and North Carolina TE Eric Ebron
a 5th or 6th round pick? we have 12 draft picks and he would start alongside decker for us. he's a solid WR and still young. that puts kerly as the 3rd WR and hill + draft pick for 4 and 5.