The Buffalo Bills announced their practice squad on Wednesday afternoon and all of them were released yesterday by the team. All 15 signings were with the Bills through camp and the preseason.
Offensive guard Jack Anderson, CB Cam Lewis, DE Mike Love, TE Quintin Morris, S Josh Thomas, DT Brandin Bryant, OG Jamil Douglas, QB Jake Fromm, WR Tanner Gentry, QB Davis Webb, CB Rachad Wildgoose, LB Joe Giles-Harris, RB Antonio Williams, WR Isaiah Hodgins, and CB Olaijah Griffin have all returned to the team’s practice squad.
Lewis played in five games for the Bills a year ago, starting two. Love played in three games in 2018 and one game in 2020 for the Bills. Bryant had one game for Buffalo in 2020 and four for the Cleveland Browns in 2019. Williams played in the season finale in 2020, scoring two touchdowns and rushing for 63 yards on 12 carries. Fromm spent 2020 on the team’s active roster but never played, while Hodgins made the roster but spent the year on injured reserve.
Douglas has the most extensive NFL roster experience with 46 NFL games and 11 starts, but none came with the Bills. He played two seasons with the Miami Dolphins and two for the Tennessee Titans. Giles-Harris played 14 combined games for the Jacksonville Jaguars over the last two seasons.
Among the group is a host of former draft picks; Anderson and Wildgoose were picked in 2021 while Hodgins is from 2020.