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The Buffalo Bills are expected to be proactive in seeking a replacement for Stefon Diggs after trading him, particularly in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft.
In the past four seasons, one of the NFL’s most dynamic partnerships has come to an end as the Buffalo Bills parted ways with Stefon Diggs and two draft selections, sending them to the Houston Texans for a 2025 2nd-round pick. This separation leaves Josh Allen without his primary receiving target. During Diggs’ tenure in Buffalo, he and Allen mutually enhanced their performance. Diggs amassed 445 receptions for 5,372 yards and 37 touchdowns, while Allen consistently threw for over 4,200 yards and at least 35 touchdowns in three of the last four seasons. Their collaboration was instrumental in the Bills clinching four consecutive AFC East titles.
Now that Diggs is in Houston, the Bills need to locate a new top receiver, which means they’ll probably have to draft one to fill the role.
Buffalo’s GM Brandon Beane has a track record of trading up in the first round to get players he values, suggesting he might not hesitate to do so again for a receiver. This indicates that if there’s a receiver he’s eyeing, Beane is likely to pursue them aggressively. Here are three potential trade partners for the Bills to secure their new top receiver.

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