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Lee Smith feels back at home. The Buffalo Bills’ new tight end has returned to the team he spent the first four years of his NFL career with, signing Monday as a free agent after four years with the Oakland Raiders. “There's so many great things going on here, from the way the Pegulas have transformed this whole organization and this building,” Smith said Wednesday a…

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Jake Fisher's transition from offensive line to tight end was going to be one of the feel-good stories of training camp. The former second-round pick likely could've made a couple million dollars in free agency as a tackle, but he decided to follow his heart and switch back to being a tight end, which he played in his younger days. He signed with the Bills for the veter…

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The Buffalo Bills added even more competition to their roster at tight end Monday by signing Lee Smith to a three-year contract. The deal, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, is worth up to $9 million. Smith, 31, returns to the Bills after previously spending four seasons with the team from 2011-14. He most recently was with the Oakland Raiders for four year…

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UPDATED: According to reports, Benjamin Watson has decided to sign with the Patriots on a one-year deal. FROM EARLIER: The Buffalo Bills might not be done reshaping their depth chart at tight end. According to a report Thursday from ESPN's Adam Schefter, the team has expressed at least some interest in tight end Benjamin Watson, who after flirting with retirement …

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Much of the analysis done on the Bills this offseason has centered around the ways quarterback Josh Allen can and/or must improve in Year 2. First on most lists is improving his completion percentage. Allen's 52.81 completion rate ranked 33rd out of 33 qualifying quarterbacks last season and was the lowest for a rookie since Blaine Gabbert's 2011 season. Despite having …

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The Buffalo Bills announced Friday that they signed free-agent tight end Jake Fisher to a one-year contract. He becomes the second tight end the Bills have signed from the Cincinnati Bengals, joining Tyler Kroft, added last week. Counting incumbent Jason Croom, the Bills have three tight ends on their roster. The Bills released Charles Clay, who signed with the Ar…

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Cincinnati Bengals free agent tight end Jake Fisher is scheduled to work out for the Buffalo Bills on Friday, according to ESPN's John Keim. Fisher was in Washington on Thursday, working out for the Redskins. Fisher, 25, was drafted in the second round by the Bengals in 2015 as a tackle, but now is moving back to tight end. He was recruited to Oregon as a tight end b…