Buffalo enters training camp with a number of young receivers vying for a starting job, but the Bills need to add a veteran to that group if they want to compete for a spot in the NFL Playoffs this season.
The latest from Bleacher Report suggests the Bills front office looks into adding Plaxico Burress before the start of the season. Burress could give the team some experience opposite Stevie Johnson and allow the young receivers another year to learn the ropes and gain some more confidence.
Burress made 45 receptions for over 600 yards and eight touchdowns with the NY Jets last year, but the veteran wasn't offered a new deal and now is looking to land with a new team.
Buffalo would get a big target they could use in the red zone, but also a receiver that has worked well with younger players in his career. Despite the concerns of his off-field actions of the past, the Bills need more offensive fire power to overtake New England in the AFC East and a player with NFL Playoff experience, something they would get by adding the veteran receiver.