The Buffalo Bills on Sunday named five players to its practice squad. Four of them we already knew about, while the fifth name is a new one from previous reports.
David Snow, an undrafted free agent rookie out of Texas, was chosen to replace sixth-round pick Mark Asper, a player the team had planned on adding to the practice squad before the Minnesota Vikings swooped in and claimed him off of waivers. Snow, who played center in college and has played both guard and in the pivot in Buffalo, offers the same interior versatility that the Bills wanted on their practice squad.
The other four names are obvious: wide receivers Kamar Aiken and Marcus Easley, defensive end Jarron Gilbert, and cornerback Isaiah Green. Those names had been previously reported by Mark Gaughan of The Buffalo News.
Buffalo still has three open slots on its practice squad, and they begin official preparations for their Week 1 matchup with the New York Jets with a practice tomorrow. It's unclear if the team will have a full practice squad when that happens.