What is the biggest story for the Bills heading into the 2024 minicamp?

Buffalo Bills Minicamp 2024: Who Will Rise Above the Rest at Wide Receiver?

As the 2024 Buffalo Bills prepare for their upcoming campaign in September, fans and analysts are already eagerly anticipating the start of mandatory minicamp this week. One of the key storylines to watch is player attendance, particularly that of cornerback Rasul Douglas, who missed voluntary spring practices but is expected to be present for minicamp.

Another high-profile focus will be on the wide receiver position, which has undergone significant changes with the departures of Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis this offseason. With Buffalo’s top draft pick, Keon Coleman, in the mix, all eyes will be on how the receiving corps will shape up during minicamp.

According to NFL.com, one of the top storylines to watch during minicamp is the Bills’ receivers. The team has added several new faces to the receiver group, including Khalil Shakir, Curtis Samuel, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Mack Hollins, Chase Claypool, KJ Hamler and Justin Shorter. Minicamp will provide a glimpse into how the competition for roster spots will unfold leading up to training camp.

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