The Buffalo Bills are bringing back a familiar face to their practice squad, signing free agent and former All-Pro CB Josh Norman.
Norman previously played for the Bills during the 2020 season where he appeared in nine games regular season games and was part of a Bills team that made the AFC Championship game. Norman had a pick-six against Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa in Week 17 that season.
In his 12-year NFL career, Norman has 110 games started, 16 interceptions, 497 total tackles and 20 forced fumbles.
During his Monday press conference, Bills defensive line coach and assistant Eric Washington said Norman has the potential to be an important depth piece.
"The intensity that he brings to the game the size, the ability to be disruptive, to disrupt the routes and the timing of receivers on the line of scrimmage to be a jam guy," Washington said.
Norman will wear No. 29.