Another player that should get a chance to impress during training camp practices is first round pick Dalton Kincaid. He is not expected to be much of a blocker in his first season in the NFL but offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey should plan on moving him around in the formation.
Kincaid was one of the best receiving tight ends in this year's draft class and has reliable hands. In his final season at Utah, he had 70 receptions, 890 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.
The Buffalo Bills still have Dawson Knox and he should still be heavily involved in this offense. The coaching staff will likely rely on more two-tight end sets this season but could slide Kincaid away from the line to try and create mismatches.
It will be interesting to see how quickly Dalton Kincaid can get up to speed but he is going to be tested against some of the best in the NFL like Taron Johnson, Matt Milano and the safety duo of Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer. These are probably some of the best defenders he would see all season and will create some fun matchups.