Buffalo Bills players who will be cut before 2023 season: TE Zach Davidson
Finally, we come to one of the strongest positions on the Bills' roster at tight end. Obviously, the Bills have a locked-and-loaded starter in Dawson Knox, who has become one of the better, young players at the position around the league.
But, the shiny, new, first-round pick, Dalton Kincaid, is going to be often used in 12 personnel. The idea is, hopefully he can become a receiving threat right away as a rookie, developing quickly, and giving defenses fits in having to defend both he and Knox.
Behind those two is Quintin Morris, a veteran who has spent the past two years with the Bills and isn't going anywhere. He's a valuable third tight end, and was the no. 2 last season.
Because of the depth here, former Minnesota Vikings tight end and a guy the Bills signed to their practice squad last season, Zach Davidson, isn't going to find himself a spot on the roster. Maybe, he had a shot before the Bills drafted Kincaid. But, after the draft, his spot on the depth chart was moved down to four. Unless the Bills oddly keep four tight ends, he'll again be cut and a possible practice squad guy.