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The Buffalo Bills have long been in the market for a big receiver to compliment Stevie Johnson, and Dwayne Bowe might be their guy.
Bowe was tendered by Kansas City in 2012 and will most likely bolt this off-season. He is listed at 6'2'' and 221 pounds and is exactly the deep field threat Buffalo needs.
In 2010 Bowe recorded 72 receptions for 1,162 yards and 15 touchdowns. In 2011 Bowe snagged 81 receptions for 1,159 yards and five scores. This year, injuries limited Bowe to 13 games but he still managed 59 catches for 801 yards and three touchdowns.
If Bowe were to sign with Buffalo, the Bills might look to draft another big receiver, sign another wideout or start Donald Jones opposite of Bowe. This would allow Johnson to move into the slot, where his precise route running ability would allow him to separate from defenders and keep the chains moving.
The Bills' passing game cannot truly open up until another big time receiver is added to the roster. Bowe has the history of making plays on a consistent basis and is exactly the type of receiver Buffalo needs.
Other free agent possibilities at wide receiver: Joshua Cribbs, Mohamed Massaquoi, Devery Henderson