Offensive guard Jack Anderson’s tenure with the Buffalo Bills has come to an end.
Anderson was signed off the Bills’ practice squad by the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday afternoon. The news was first reported by Ken Sarnoff of 1-of-1 Agency, Anderson’s representatives.
Anderson was selected by the Bills with the 236th overall pick in the seventh round in this past April’s 2021 NFL Draft out of Texas Tech University. After seeing some game action in the preseason, he was then signed to the Bills’ practice squad. He joined a practice squad along with fellow draftee cornerback Rachad Wildgoose amongst others after the final round of cuts were made around the NFL this past offeseason.
The Eagles saw an opportunity to sign Anderson to their 53-man roster on Tuesday, as the team elected to place Pro Bowl guard Brandon Brooks on injury reserve.
As of Tuesday afternoon, the Bills’ lone offensive lineman on the practice squad is interior offensive lineman Jamil Douglas.