Training camps are set to open next week, which means it's time for veteran wideout Anquan Boldin to find a team for the 2017 season.
Boldin is scheduled to visit Buffalo on Monday, the team announced.
The fit is rather curious from the perspective of Boldin, however. Set to turn 37 years old in early October, his preference is to sign with a contender close to his family in southern Florida, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported earlier this offseason.
No longer a major threat after the catch or on the perimeter, Boldin averaged a league-low 8.7 yards on 67 receptions with the Lions last season. He still proved useful, however, hauling in 76.1 percent of his targets as a reliable possession receiver and red-zone threat.