These are the top takeaways from the Buffalo Bills’ initial practice squad.
The Buffalo Bills announced their initial practice squad Wednesday for the 2021 season. The group included a number of familiar names.
The players that were added on the offensive side of the ball were quarterbacks Davis Webb and Jake Fromm, running back Antonio Williams, offensive linemen Jack Anderson and Jamil Douglas, wide receivers Tanner Gentry and Isaiah Hodgins, tight end Quintin Morris.
On defense it was defensive end Mike Love, defensive tackle Brandin Bryant, linebacker Joe Giles-Harris, safety Josh Thomas, and cornerbacks Olaijah Griffin, Cam Lewis and Rachad Wildgoose. These are the top takeaways from the first practice squad for the Buffalo Bills in 2021.
Every player was with the Buffalo Bills this preseason
The first thing that stands out with this group is that every player was with the Buffalo Bills this preseason. This isn’t necessarily surprising but is worth noting how confident the organization felt about the players they had in training camp.
Of the 15 players added, four were draft picks by the Buffalo Bills over the past two seasons. In 2020, the Bills drafted Isaiah Hodgins and Jack Fromm with Jack Anderson and Rachad Wildgoose part of the 2021 draft class.