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Bills sign 10 to reserve/future contracts following season

Some young players will be back for the offseason

Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

The Buffalo Bills have retained the rights to ten of their players heading into the offseason. These players all signed reserve/future contracts with the team and all were previously on Buffalo’s practice squad.

Here is the list in alphabetical order:

  • DT Brandin Bryant
  • OL Jacob Capra
  • WR Tanner Gentry
  • LB Joe Giles-Harris
  • CB Tim Harris
  • WR Isaiah Hodgins
  • DE Mike Love
  • CB Nick McCloud
  • TE Quintin Morris
  • S Josh Thomas

Bryant played two games for the Bills in 2021 while Star Lotulelei was out and Harris played in two games in December, as well. Hodgins saw his first NFL action this season, playing four snaps against the New England Patriots on the day after Christmas. None of the other players took a snap for Buffalo this season.

These deals are typically for league minimum and with no signing bonus. They are called “future contracts” because they don’t go into effect until the beginning of the new league year. These players are still under their practice-squad contract through the end of the current league year and will be re-added to the expanded offseason full 90-man roster at that time.