Buffalo Bills News: A new tight end and trolling on social media

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The Buffalo Bills added a project at tight end over the weekend, while a player who turned down the team had some memes to share.

There wasn’t much news to talk about when it came to the Buffalo Bills over the weekend.

But this is the NFL so there was still some news to discuss.

The first bit of news came with the signing of Jake Fisher, who shows up as a tight end after spending the first four years of his career as an offensive lineman with the Cincinnati Bengals. He has been featured in some passing plays with the Bengals, but this will be his first time converting to the new position on a full-time basis.

The Fisher signing is essentially a project and he is on a one-year deal. If it doesn’t work out it will be hard to fault the front office for taking a chance on him.

The annoying news from the weekend involves Antonio Brown, who just can’t seem to get Buffalo off his mind.

The Oakland Raiders receiver decided to share a Drake-themed meme that mocked the initial news report that he was headed to Buffalo. Have fun in Oakland I guess.

We look at this news and more in today’s Monday edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

An intriguing project at tight end in 2019 (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The Bills are completely overhauling the tight end position this offseason and got off to a good start with the signing of Fisher.

Antonio Brown trolls the Bills on social media (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

The jokes keep on coming but all that may change once the season actually gets underway this fall.

McDermott on Bills RBs: ‘Iron’s gonna sharpen iron’ (NFL.com, Jeremy Bergman)

Maybe the Bills are indeed content with heading into the season with a veteran group at running back. If it works out, no one will be complaining.

Antonio Brown really wants Bills fans to hate him (New York Post, Mark Sanchez)

Brown still has Buffalo on the mind.

It is a shame the Bills and the Raiders won’t meet in 2019. At least not in the regular season.