Saturday, the Bills officially signed their first-round draft pick TE Dalton Kincaid to a four-year deal.
Kincaid was drafted 25th overall by Buffalo in the 2023 NFL Draft, with the Bills trading up two spots to snag the tight end prospect out of Utah. As previously stated by the team, Kincaid will wear No. 86.
"I'm fired up. I feel like the coaching staff, the front office is really good. They've got a great reputation, so I feel like it's just a great situation to be in," Kincaid said the night he got drafted.
Bills GM Brandon Beane has spoke highly of Kincaid's skillset since drafting him and believes he's an important addition to the offense.
"Elite hands. Really good route runner, good feel setting up guys inside," Beane said.
Kincaid is in Buffalo as the Bills kicked off their rookie minicamp on May 12. He will also take part in the team's OTA period which starts May 22.