Chase Claypool
Chase Claypool Signs With Buffalo
1 month ago

The Buffalo Bills signed wide receiver Chase Claypool to a one-year deal.

The Bills continue to add bodies as try to fill the void left by Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. After drafting Keon Coleman last week in the second round of the NFL Draft, the Bills decided to sign 6-foot-four 238-pound Chase Claypool to add some extra competition to the receiving room. This is the veteran’s four team in five seasons.



Claypool showed plenty of potential in his first two seasons with the Steelers when he totaled 121 receptions for 1,733 yards and 11 touchdowns. Over the last four seasons he’s played in just 27 games and has only mustered up 44 receptions, 528 yards, and two touchdowns.



With the Bills, Claypool gets a fresh start and hopes to tap into that potential he illustrated in his first two seasons. If you have him in dynasty maybe you can sell high but more than likely you will have to hold for now. In start-ups you should be able take a flier on him in the later rounds.