The Buffalo Bills announced the addition of seven players to the team's practice squad, and all the names should sounds familiar. All seven members were part of Buffalo's 80-man roster prior to final cuts.
Absent from the taxi squad are two names many Bills fans and media expected to see: receiver Naaman Roosevelt and rush linebacker Antonio Coleman. Both were on Buffalo's active roster a year ago, but not for enough games to exclude them from practice squad consideration. Their absence could be due to interest from other teams in adding the players to their active roster.
One or both of these players could still be added, as could recently released tight end Zack Pianalto, as the maximum practice squad allowance is eight players. Pianalto needs to clear waivers before he can sign to any team's practice squad.