The Buffalo Bills — a team I absolutely despise — is out here making moves.
Adam Henry … That name might not mean much to you at first glance. Now let’s throw this into the mix: Henry was the wide receiver coach for LSU from 2012-2014 working with stars like Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, and with Beckham in particular, the Bills previously had interest in him, and most likely still do.
Well, Buffalo just hired Henry as its new wide receivers coach.
Not that long ago, just last season, Beckham was considered the biggest free agent on the market after he teased his return following his ACL rehab. And his three suitors?
The Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and none other than the Buffalo Bills.
Here’s a list of Free Agent WRs available this off-season that were previously coached by Adam Henry:
Odell Beckham Jr
I expect the Bills to sign at least 1 of these WRs above #GoBills #BillsMafia
— ?SouthtownScout? (@RealMikeIdol) February 16, 2023
Like I said earlier, I hate the Buffalo Bills, but I have to give them kudos here. Genius move.
If I’m the Bills, why not pick up Odell Beckham Jr. AND Jarvis Landry?
Yeah, it could potentially be dangerous towards the defense of my Miami Dolphins, but with Beckham having a peg leg and Landry being washed up (and also the fact that the Phins now have Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator), I like my chances. (RELATED: ‘I Am So Nervous’: Kansas City Chiefs’ Travis Kelce To Host ‘Saturday Night Live’)
But Dolphins stuff aside, they could potentially be a solid two weapons for Josh Allen that you place beside Stefon Diggs. I bet you could get both of them for cheap too, well, at least as far as being under the salary cap is concerned, because I’m sure Beckham will still cost a pretty penny. And who knows, maybe Josh Allen can turn them into something great again, pending Odell’s health. I say it’s worth a shot, you’re gonna need some kind of upgrade against the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs, so why not?
By the way, any time an NFL team wants to hire me as their general manager, I’m here. I’m just sayin’.