Keon Coleman of the Buffalo Bills doesn’t feel pressured to replace Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

During the offseason, there were several notable adjustments made to the wide receiver room for the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo allowed Gabe Davis to sign a free agent contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but they also dealt Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans. The Bills watched 241 targets leave Buffalo between the two.

The Bills added receivers like Mack Collins, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Chase Claypool, Curtis Samuel, and Mack Collins in free agency to replace the two. Keon Coleman was chosen by the Bills with their first pick in the second round of the draft, providing them with yet another replacement option.

Coleman, 21, has been been projected as the team’s starting X receiver in 2024 and is expected to factor into Buffalo’s offense immediately. With plenty of playing time coming his way and a lot of targets to replace, Coleman was recently asked by CBS Sports’ Bryant McFadden if he felt any pressure in replacing players like Diggs and Davis.

“Not at all,” said Coleman. “All I do is come in and be myself, be where I’m supposed to be. The play is gonna make itself, all I gotta do is just be in the moment. Because I’m not Gabe, I’m not Stef, I’m just Keon. We got a lot of other guys that definitely complement my game and we complement each other’s games, along with Josh, to make things work.”

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