BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo Bills took a break from the Training Camp practice field on Monday but were still busy shuffling their roster. The team announced the signing Kyle Carter, a tight end who should add more depth to a position that's pretty slim as of late.
As of Monday, the Bills are without three tight ends in Tyler Kroft, Jason Croom and Dawson Knox. Croom and Knox are both out with hamstring injuries while Kroft continues to recover following a foot injury this spring.
Carter is familiar with the Bills, spending the final three weeks of the 2019-2019 regular season on their training camp roster. Before then, he spent time with the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks. He'll join four other tight ends when the team resumes practice on Tuesday.
To make room for Carter, the team released linebacker Juwan Foggie.