Tyrod Taylor will have a new possession wide receiver to target this season. 

The Buffalo Bills have signed 14-year veteran Anquan Boldin to a one-year contract.

A sure-handed option for any offense,  but Boldin's production has declined since his prime. Sure, he's not in his mid-20s and lining up opposite Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona. However, he still puts up good numbers every year and is seldom injured. Last year in Detroit as a mere option in a very talented offense, Boldin still had 67 catches and 8-touchdowns.

Boldin will enter 2017 with 13,779 yards, good enough for 14th on the NFL's all-time list.

He'll also be good to have around the many young, in-experienced wide receivers that fill Buffalo's depth chart.