The Daily Roundup brings you all the Buffalo Bills news you need to know, including the Minnesota Vikings signing defensive end Eddie Yarbrough from the practice squad
The Buffalo Bills are preparing for their game Saturday against the Houston Texans, but there’s one less guy who will be helping in practice. The Minnesota Vikings signed defensive end Eddie Yarbrough off the Bills practice squad.
Yarbrough, 26-years old, is in his final season of eligibility on the practice squad, and his third season with the Bills. Undrafted in 2016 out of Wyoming, he spent his first season out of the NFL after failing to make the Denver Broncos roster.
In Buffalo, he played 31 games in 2017 and 2018 and recorded 63 tackles and a sack in those games. He spent all of 2019 on the practice squad.
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“The Aurora, Colorado, native also started in the Bills 2017 playoff appearance, recording five tackles at Jacksonville (1/7/18). In 2018, Yarbrough finished the season with 28 tackles, playing in 15 games.”
Yarbrough will replace defensive tackle Armon Watts, who was moved to the IR. He goes from an AFC Wild Card entrant to an NFC Wild Card entrant.
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