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The wide receiver position is another one that was very set at the top.
Johnson and Graham entered camp as the starters on the outside and there they remain entering the season. Woods and Goodwin will work themselves into three- or four-wide receiver sets, and they will be expected to make fairly significant contributions in their rookie campaigns.
The final two slots at receiver have been a crapshoot from day one of camp. The Bills cycled through 12 receivers at one point and slowly whittled the position down to the final six.
Brandon Kaufman and Da'Rick Rogers were early favorites to land the No. 5 and No. 6 spots because of the notice they drew as priority undrafted free agents. Ineffective in practice and in games, Rogers was cut after the third preseason game. The move may eventually draw the ire of the Buffalo fanbase should he turn into something, but a project no matter how talented is hard to keep if there's little to return on investment.
Kaufman showed his knack for getting open over the middle of the field, but Easley and Hogan were more consistent in August.