Tight End: Dawson Knox, Tyler Kroft, Tommy Sweeney, Lee Smith
Cuts: Nate Becker, Jason Croom
Possibly the weakest position for Buffalo, the Bills will be hoping to get more production from their tight ends this year. The Bills saw the potential of Dawson Knox in his rookie season and see him as their number one tight end for 2020. Knox provides Allen with a good passing option and can hold his own in the blocking game.
Buffalo hopes to have Tyler Kroft healthy for the whole season this year as well, if he can stay on the field he can be a legitimate weapon for Josh Allen in the passing game.
Tommy Sweeney also has some upside and potential and will be a good depth option for Buffalo. Lee Smith comes in as the best blocking tight end, and one of the best locker room guys on the Bills. It will be tough for the Bills to cut Jason Croom as they always saw potential in him, but he can never stay healthy and has yet to show any production for Buffalo.
If Dawson Knox can’t improve on his rookie year, and Kroft’s injury history continues, the Bills could be looking for a new tight end once the trade deadline rolls around in an effort to try and bolster their already impressive roster.