The previous OT is working out as a limited end. The Buffalo Bills continue to be very thin at the tight finish. On Friday, they are hosting totally free agent tight end Jake Fisher. Keim, the Washington-based NFL media reporter, notes Fisher had a workout generally there, as well. The same day, the Buffalo Expenses signed Fisher to a “ prove-it deal” on a one year contract, for each NFL Network’ s Ian Rapoport.
Fisher’ s NFL experience arrives at offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals. This offseason, he dropped weight to get down to 285 lbs in order to be a blocking tight finish. Fisher has played in forty-eight games in his four years within the NFL, starting 12 for the Bengals at offensive tackle. He has 1 career NFL reception. He’s a former second-round pick out of Or.
Buffalo has stressed positional flexibility all offseason on the offensive range, and Fisher has played most five line positions in addition to limited end.
The Bills only have Fisher’ s former teammate Tyler Kroft and 2017 undrafted free real estate agent Jason Croom on the roster on the tight end. We assumed an additional move was coming in addition to the draft pick and this might be the kind of low-end signing teams use to fill in rosters.