Bills add to wide-open receiver competition with Kolby Listenbee

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills are expected to have a wide-open competition at wide receiver this summer behind starters Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods. They added another name to the mix in TCU's Kolby Listenbee, their first of two sixth-round picks.

My take: At No. 192 overall, Listenbee isn't a lock to make the Bills' roster, but he has a chance to carve out a role at a position where there is little certainty. The loss of Chris Hogan as a restricted free agent to New England opened up the depth chart at the position, with Marquise Goodwin, Leonard Hankerson, Greg Salas, Jarrett Boykin, Greg Little and Dezmin Lewis already set to battle for a roster spot during training camp. Listenbee said on a conference call shortly after being drafted that he can be the fastest player in the NFL; Goodwin, an Olympic athlete, might have something to say about that.