Bills sign wide receiver Gabriel Davis to rookie contract
The Buffalo Bills have signed fourth-round pick Gabriel Davis to a four-year contract.
Davis joins a now-crowded Bills receiver room that boasts Stefon Diggs, John Brown, and Cole Beasley as starters. A field-stretcher that averaged 17.2 yards per reception in college, Davis is unlikely to make an impact in year one, but could develop into a downfield threat for quarterback Josh Allen.
Davis checks a few interesting boxes coming out of UCF, including boasting an 80th-percentile breakout age (a statistic that correlates to NFL success). Only one receiver in this year's draft class accumulated more yards than Davis (620) on deep passes in 2019, and few receivers drew more targets than Davis' 128. Hopefully he can develop into a starting-caliber player behind the Bills solid group of current starters.
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