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Unlikely to be cut
Signs one-year deal with Bills
Another senior back in town
Ivory had been the clear backup to starting running back LeSean McCoy entering free agency but will now have competition for the No. 2 job after the Bills signed Frank Gore on Wednesday.
Croom, who had been the only tight end under contract for the Bills entering the start of the new league year, will now have competition for the starting job after the team signed Tyler Kroft on Wednesday.
Going to Buffalo
Suddenly facing competition
Gets competition for snaps
Ready for promotion
Phillips, who recently completed his rookie season after being the Bills' third-round pick out of Stanford, is the likeliest candidate to take over for the open starting defensive tackle job, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. "Harrison will compete. He did a good job in year one," general manager Brandon Beane said. "He'll compete to definitely start. I can't say he'll win it, but Harrison did a great job of bringing depth to us last year."
Re-ups with Buffalo
Remaining in Buffalo
Expected back for training camp
Re-ups with Buffalo
The Bills released Charles Clay on Friday, leaving Croom as the team's only tight end currently under contract.
Signs with Buffalo
Re-signs with Bills
Buffalo's sack leader
Hughes played in all 16 games for the Bills this season, posting 7.0 sacks, 37 tackles and three forced fumbles.
Disappointing rookie campaign
McCloud, a rookie sixth-rounder out of Clemson, caught five of just six targets for 36 yards and no touchdowns over 10 games. He also returned one kickoff for 18 yards and four punts for 20 yards.
Surprising rookie season
Wallace, an undrafted rookie out of Alabama, finished his first pro campaign with 37 tackles and three passes defensed over seven games.
Youngster continues to shine
White (concussion) followed up a big rookie campaign with another strong season in 2018, finishing with 54 tackles, eight passes defensed and two interceptions. He's yet to miss a game through his first two pro seasons.
Still under NFL investigation
More journeyman journeys?
Thompson, who played eight games for the Cowboys this season before spending five more with the Bills (he missed the finale with a toe injury), will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Inks contract extension
One more go-round with Buffalo
Proven IDP value
Poyer finished the 2018 season with 100 combined tackles, 2.0 sacks, six passes defensed, four interceptions, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
Flashes speed, minimal results
Bolden, picked up by the Bills after being waived by the 49ers during the season, only saw three offensive snaps for the team in two games. However, he brought back five kickoffs for 116 yards (23.2 average).