Buffalo Bills Offseason Signing "Becoming Favorite Target For Josh Allen"

Wide receiver Trent Sherfield has made a strong impression during spring practices with the Buffalo Bills, according to The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia.

Sherfield, who recently joined the team, has quickly become a favorite target of quarterback Josh Allen.

With his standout performances, Sherfield has emerged as a top contender for the Bills' No. 3 wide receiver position, competing against Khalil Shakir and Deonte Harty.

While Sherfield's stellar displays in non-contact practices have been encouraging, the final decision regarding the position is expected to be made during training camp.

If Sherfield secures the role, he would provide valuable depth as the team's WR5. This opportunity with the Bills is one that Sherfield eagerly embraced, as he turned down other offers to join different teams.

The wide receiver is thrilled about the prospect of catching passes from the highly regarded quarterback Josh Allen.

Sherfield, who had a successful season with the Miami Dolphins, aims to continue his growth and success in Buffalo. He sees the potential for an elite combination with Allen and is determined to make the most of this opportunity. Joining the Bills on a one-year contract,

Last season, the 27-year-old amassed 30 receptions for 417 yards and two touchdowns across 17 games played. Photo Credit:  Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports