BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo Bills announced a series of roster moves as the team heads into the playoffs.
The Bills have signed wide receivers Kenny Stills and Tanner Gentry to the practice squad. Tight end Tyler Kroft has been activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Wide receivers J.J. Nelson and Gary Jennings have been released.
Stills has played eight seasons in the NFL, spending time with the New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins and Houston Texans. He played 10 games with the Texans in 2020 before he was released.
Gentry was a college teammate of Bills quarterback Josh Allen at the University of Wyoming for two years. He was undrafted and signed with the Chicago Bears in 2017, he was with the Bears until 2019 when he was released. He played one game and had three catches for 35 yards.