Quintin Morris in, O.J. Howard out as Bills trim roster to 53

The Buffalo Bills made some difficult decisions Tuesday, trimming the squad to meet the NFL’s 53-man roster requirement. Buffalo brought the deepest roster they’ve had into training camp since General Manager Brandon Beane took over in 2017, leaving a handful of talented players on the outside looking in. Here are the biggest takeaways from the Buffalo Bills’ 53-man roster as of Tuesday afternoon. TE O.J. Howard released A first-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019, Howard was signed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal in free agency. The 6-foot-6 tight end was brought in to back up Dawson Knox and allow offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey to run more 12 personnel. Howard, who is quite the specimen, failed to make the most of his physical gifts – which has been the story of his career dating back to his days with the Crimson Tide. Howard never showed any explosiveness in the passing game and was average as a blocker, which resulted in the more athletic and versatile Quintin Morris passing him on the depth chart. Unsubstantiated rumors are swirling that the team may bring Howard back, as the vested veteran is not subject to waivers, however, this wouldn’t … Continue reading Quintin Morris in, O.J. Howard out as Bills trim roster to 53