5 Buffalo Bills most likely to be inactive on game day in 2023

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Quintin Morris

Last year, Quintin Morris was the surprise addition to the 53-man roster as he had a great preseason and would surpass O.J. Howard on the depth chart. He would appear in 14 games and have eight receptions for 84 yards and one touchdown.

This summer, Morris seemed to be pretty much a lock for the 53-man roster and the Bills seemed set on their three tight ends with Dawson Knox, Dalton Kincaid, and Quintin Morris. However, on game days the Bills may not have a spot available to have Morris active.

The Buffalo Bills are expected to play a lot of two tight end sets so having Morris active could be a good backup to have if either starter suffers an injury. However, the team also has Reggie Gilliam who could play some tight end if needed.

Another reason to have Morris active on game day is that he was a big part of special teams last year and played 75% of special team snaps. However, if Quintin Morris is active then the team is going to lose depth elsewhere on the roster. It wouldn't be surprising to have Morris active but he may not be active every game.