The Bills brought a player they once had on their roster back into the fold and added a tight end on Wednesday.
Buffalo was awarded the claim for T De’Ondre Wesley and signed free agent TE Mik’Quan Deane.
Wesley, 26, was on Buffalo’s practice squad in 2017 and re-signed for the 2018 offseason. He was assigned to the Bills practice squad again at the start of the 2018 season, but was released in mid-September.
He spent the second half of the 2018 campaign on the practice squad of the Indianapolis Colts and was re-signed for the 2019 offseason. Wesley however, was just released by the club on Tuesday.
A former undrafted rookie signing of the Baltimore Ravens in 2015, Wesley appeared in six career games for the Ravens, but has not seen regular season action since.
Bills add tight end
Buffalo fortified their ranks with the signing of free agent TE Mik’Quan Deane.
Deane (6-4, 240) finished up his college career at Western Kentucky as a JUCO signing out of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Over his final two seasons with the Hilltoppers, Deane logged 55 receptions for 673 yards and five touchdowns.
He signed with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted rookie, but was released on May 13th.
To make room on the roster for Deane and Wesley, the Bills released OL Blake Hance and S Abraham Wallace, both undrafted rookie signings.
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