The Bills' proposed trade sends a $22 million wide receiver to Buffalo.

This offseason, the Buffalo Bills made some adjustments to their wide receiver corps, 

parting ways with a number of entrenched veterans and adding some new targets for Josh Allen via free agency and the NFL Draft.

However, the Bills could still make a move for a rival wide receiver in the late summer, according to one rumor.

Alex Ballentine of Bleacher Report proposed one deal for all 32 NFL teams, with the Miami Dolphins moving wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. to 

the Bills. Wilson received a $22.1 million contract from the Dolphins in free agency, but Ballentine feels he may be looking for a fresh start and may find it in Buffalo.

Wilson, according to Ballentine, became a "afterthought" for the Dolphins after the team signed Tyreek Hill, 

 which might make him trade bait heading into the 2023 season. Wilson had 12 catches for 136 yards last season and does not look 

 to be destined for a bigger role this season, according to Ballentine. "Wilson just doesn't fit in with the Dolphins offense

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