The Buffalo Bills have signed punter Jake Dombrowski.
Dombrowski is expected to take on long-time veteran Brian Moorman come training camp for the Special Teams position.
Moorman was released in 2012 by the Bills for the services of Shawn Powell. Moorman was then brought back to Buffalo a year later when Powell just was not making it work.
Could this be another attempt by the Bills to bring in a younger player at the position?
Dombrowski played his collegiate ball at Harvard. While at Harvard he played all four years. He was award All-Ivy League Honors in 2011. During his stint for the Harvard Crimson, Dombrowski really came on in 2010 having 42 punts with a 36.4 average and long of 61 yards. In 2011, he had 56 punts with an average of 40.3 yards and a long of 61 yards. In 2012 he had 42 punts with an average of 44.0 yards and a long of 74 yards.
He did progressively get better during his years at Harvard, but still it was not enough for any of the 32 NFL teams to draft him in 2013 NFL Draft.