The Buffalo Bills are reportedly looking at adding another weapon for Josh Allen, a move that could bolster a position group that under-performed in 2020.

The Bills have spent much of the offseason keeping their AFC East champion roster intact, re-signing key players like Jon Feliciano and Matt Milano. But they have also put some effort into improving talent around Allen, replacing the departing John Brown with veteran wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and bringing in tight end Jacob Hollister, a former college teammate of Allen. Now, an insider suggests that there could be another move coming to add to the tight end group.

Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network reported that the Bills have been in discussions with free-agent tight end Jesse James, who was recently released by the Detroit Lions. Pauline noted that the Bills had targeted James two years ago, and now could look to sign the 6-foot-7 pass catcher if they aren’t able to add tight end depth in the draft.