DETROIT, MI - AUGUST 30: Kamar Aiken #88 of the Buffalo Bills reacts after being called out of bounds just shy of a touchdown in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions during a pre season game at Ford Field on August 30, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
NFL teams can begin adding players to their eight-man practice squads at noon today, at which time all players waived on Friday evening will have cleared waivers. Of the 21 players that the Buffalo Bills released last night, 13 of them are eligible for the practice squad.
Those 13 names: running back Zach Brown, wide receivers Kamar Aiken and Marcus Easley, tackle James Carmon, guards Mark Asper, Keith Williams and David Snow, ends Jarron Gilbert and Robert Eddins, linebacker Tank Carder, cornerback Isaiah Green, safety Nick Saenz and punter Shawn Powell.
In addition, there are eight more players currently without a team that the Bills let go of earlier this summer that are eligible to return, as well. Those players: receiver Derek Session, tight end Fendi Onobun, guards Jake Vermiglio and Michael Jasper, end Sean Ferguson, defensive tackle Jay Ross, cornerback Prince Miller and safety Nick Sukay.
If you were building Buffalo's practice squad, which players listed above would you try to bring back? Remember, you don't need to find eight, as players from other teams can be added to the practice squad, too.