Mike Rodak believes Bills WR Robert Woods may not be one of the Bills starting WRs.
After starting 14 games last season, the Bills' 2013 second-round pick wasn't on the field with E.J. Manuel and the Bills' first-team offense in Sunday's preseason opener. Woods has seemingly been overtaken by newcomer Mike Williams and slot receiver Chris Hogan on the Bills' depth chart, and coach Doug Marrone said this week he wants to see Woods play "more with a chip on [his] shoulder."
Up to that point it looked like Mike Williams was going to be the WR3, but Woods, who did score a TD that game, was out with the second team while Williams was with the first.