June 19, 2024

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Josh Allen, the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills entering his seventh season, desired a large receiver.

Buffalo paired the 6-foot-3, 213-pound Florida State prospect with wide receiver Keon Coleman, the 33rd overall choice in the 2024 NFL Draft. Speaking Thursday on NFL Network’s The Insiders, Allen expressed his opinion that, going into the 2024 season, Buffalo’s supporting cast and Coleman’s propensity to create plays are an ideal fit.

Allen said to NFL Network Insiders Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo, “I think his play style (is) what we needed in our offense.” “Having a conversation with our offensive coordinator, Joe Brady; our quarterbacks coach, Ronald Curry; our general manager, Brandon Beane; and, of course, coach Sean McDermott, a man with a large build who can win a back-shoulder fade and isn’t scared to be a muscular wide receiver”. “I think he should be paired with some of the guys we currently have in our room. Mack Hollins’ attitude is contagious and has been such a tremendous addition to the room thus far. Every every day, Curtis Samuel has been arriving at work prepared. You begin matching those two men.

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