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I know, I know. Steve Johnson had a breakout year last season, while Roscoe Parrish flourished in his play in the slot. Lee Evans is still a viable threat, and David Nelson looks like a promising wideout.
Oh yeah, forgot about the undrafted rookie Donald Jones, who has been absolutely stunning in his special teams play and looked solid in his limited play toward the end of the season. "Rookie" Marcus Easley, who was placed on injured reserve prior to the preseason will also figure into the Bills' offense.
Scouts drool over Green's game-changing play and compared the Georgia standout to Calvin and Andre Johnson. At 6'4" and 212 pounds, Green could command the double team, allowing the Bills to operate a pretty nasty spread attack featuring Stevie and Green on the outside, with Evans and Parrish in the seams.
Green missed the first four games of the 2010 season due to suspension and still managed to record 57 receptions for 848 yards, while scoring nine touchdowns; and for the record, in those four games Green missed, Georgia went 1-3.
In his three years at Georgia, he caught 166 passes for 2,619 yards and 23 touchdowns.
While Green doesn't fit a "need," he is definitely a prospect worth looking at and will open up the rushing attack for C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson.