Former Chiefs WR Rod Streater visits Buffalo Bills on Tuesday

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 24: Rod Streater /

Former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rod Streater is visiting the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday hoping for a free agent deal.

One year ago, free agent wide receiver Rod Streater signed a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs that brought cheers from many. The Chiefs, especially at the time, needed a speedy deep threat among their wide receiver corps and Streater seemed like a solid buy-low option that could reap larger dividends down the road.

Unfortunately, Streater never made it to the regular season. The Chiefs traded Streater to the San Francisco 49ers just before the regular season in exchange for a swap of conditional 7th round choices, the most minimal trade gain possible it seems. Now Streater is hoping to find another new home several months after landing in San Fran.

Streater had 18 catches for 191 receiving yards and 1 touchdown last year for the Niners in 16 games, but only two starts. His best season came in 2013 with the Oakland Raiders, with whom he first entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent. That year, Streater caught 60 passes for 888 yards and 4 touchdowns.

The Bills have Sammy Watkins, Andre Holmes and Zay Jones already in house along with several other younger options, but Streater’s deep speed could put him over the top.