The Buffalo Bills have re-signed running back Joique Bell to its practice squad. Bo Marchionte of NFLDraftBible.com had the report first, and Bell himself confirmed the news via Twitter.
An undrafted free agent out of Wayne State, Bell was a pleasant surprise for the Bills during preseason action. He rushed for 152 yards and two touchdowns in four games, averaging 5.6 yards per carry along the way. He also added four receptions and got a lot of playing time covering kicks and punts.
Bell was always a longshot to make Buffalo's final roster given the fact that the Bills have three highly talented running backs on their depth chart. His strong preseason and talent level made him a no-brainer for the practice squad, and now that he's cleared waivers, he's back in Buffalo.
Buffalo, like every other NFL team, has eight spots available for practice squad players. Stay tuned as they continue to fill that squad up today and in coming days.