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SEP 1, 5:49p ET | Rahshaun Haylock
Rotowire: Mar 13 / 2:39p ET
News: Woods has a new teammate in the mix for the passing game this season, as the Bills signed Percy Harvin to a one-year deal Friday.
Impact: We'll have to see if the Bills envision Harvin pushing Woods out of a starting job, or perhaps more likely Harvin could be a do-everything jack of all trades, being used prominently in the return game, the slot, and for some rushes. Either way, Woods' 2015 value likely took a slight hit Friday with one more talented mouth to feed in the offense.
Rotowire: Feb 9 / 4:55p ET
News: Woods finished the 2014 season with 65 catches on 104 targets for 699 yards and five touchdowns.
Impact: While the yardage wasn't worth it in most formats, Woods did take a nice jump in catches from his 2013 rookie season, when he put up a 40-587-3 line. The Bills don't have a first-round pick in 2015 and have bigger needs than wide receiver, so it seems they might be OK with going into the 2015 season with Woods and Sammy Watkins as the two starters and Chris Hogan as the No. 3. The only issue is if new coordinator Greg Roman has his heart set on someone else, but for now, we're preparing for Woods to be a starter when he enters his third season, with a decent chance of making a jump in yards and touchdowns if the Bills can get some decent quarterbacking.