One of the NFL’s Best Players Appears To Be Heading to Bills Division Rival
The ever-changing landscape of the NFL is something to behold. We have seen countless moves over the past week and a half and honestly, it's been hard to keep up.
The Buffalo Bills have signed numerous players, including star edge rusher Von Miller, to a 6-year, $120 million contract. The move finally gives the Bills a star pass rusher, which has been the one missing piece on the team over these last two years.
Tim Settle, Daquan Jones, O.J. Howard, Case Keenum and Rodger Saffold are among other moves made by the Bills.
As for the Bills' division rivals, they have made some moves to improve themselves, except for the New England Patriots, who have not done much this off-season.
The Miami Dolphins have added offensive weapons and the New York Jets are looking to be better as well.
As it turns out, one of the best offensive players in the NFL looks to be heading to the Jets or Dolphins.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Chiefs are in serious talks to trade star wide receiver Tyreek Hill, after it was clear contract negotiations would not advance.
The Jets and Dolphins are the two finalists to land Tyreek Hill.
It's incredible that Hill would leave Kansas City, but after the Las Vegas Raiders gave Davante Adams that gigantic contract, it was clear Hill would want that same money and $21 million per season was not going to be enough to lock him up long term in KC.
Now, it appears the fastest and most explosive receiver in football is going to be playing the Bills twice per season.