Is this the year James Hardy emerges as an impact wide receiver?
Terrell Owens is gone after one overly hyped season. The Bills also declined to re-sign long-time veteran Josh Reed, leaving the offense with a young, unproven corps of receivers behind Lee Evans.
There are a number of candidates for the No. 2 spot, with Steve Johnson, Chad Jackson and rookie Marcus Easley entered in the wide-open competition.
Head coach Chan Gailey said it's way too early to tell who will come out on top. But Hardy, a 2008 second-round draft pick, is expected to be the guy. He is certainly approaching this offseason like the job already belongs to him.
No matter who wins the job they won't be highly sought after in the fantasy world. He may be worth a late pick or could be someone to watch on the waiver wire as every year WRs tend to come out of no where.