New pieces bring ‘new look’ to Buffalo Bills wide receivers room

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WKBW) — It’s an understatement to say the Buffalo Bills wide receivers room looks “different” because the turnover from last year is so drastic.

Currently, Khalil Shakir is the only wide receiver on the roster to catch a pass from Josh Allen in a game last season. However, Shakir appears to be ready to accept what will happen under Joe Brady’s offense.

“For me, it’s always been the case if I had to go in and block 50 times, go in there and black out 50 times. If I had to go in there and run a go route and run away 50 times, I’ll do it. I’m very attached to what’s happening,” Shakir said.

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Another player who shares this mindset is Curtis Samuel, one of the Bills’ acquisitions during free agency. He is committed to Buffalo for the next three seasons and is currently exploring areas where he can contribute the most.

“We have a lot of guys that can do so many things, but it’s hard to predict what we’re going to do in this offense,” Samuel said.