Bills sign 16 players to practice squad

Quarterbacks Jake Fromm and Davis Webb headline the Bills' practice squad

The Buffalo Bills officially announced the signing of 15 players to the team's practice squad on Wednesday, just one day after finalizing the initial 53-man roster for the upcoming 2021 season.

Headlining the list of players signed to the practice squad are quarterbacks Jake Fromm and Davis Webb.

All of the players signed had been released by the team on Tuesday as part of their final roster cuts, including tight end Quintin Morris, who may not be that far away from being pressed into duty. The Bills released tight end Jacob Hollister, leaving only Tommy Sweeney on the depth chart behind starter Dawson Knox. Sweeney has been injured and didn't play in the team's final two preseason games.

However, Reggie Gilliam has the position flexibility to go from fullback to tight end, if needed.

Among the other players signed to the practice sqaud are a pair of 2021 draft picks, guard Jack Anderson and cornerback Rachad Wildgoose, along with undrafted free agent cornerback Olaijah Griffin and Morris.

The team left one spot open on the practice squad on Wednesday, but the team filled that opening on Thursday with the signing of tight end Kahale Warring. The 24-year-old is a former third round pick (86ht overall) of the Houston Texans in the 2019 NFL Draft out of San Diego State.

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