Bills renounces OL Bobby Hart
Bobby harthis stint with the Bills is already over. After joining Buffalo late last month, the team gave up the veteran offensive lineman today, according to Aaron Wilson (on Twitter).
Hart managed to stay in the NFL for seven seasons despite being selected in the seventh round of the 2015 Draft. The lineman started 21 games for the Giants between 2015 and 2017. He went on to start 45 games (of 46 appearances) for the Bengals between 2018 and 2020.
The Bengals ditched Hart in March and he’s been around ever since, spending time with the Bills and Dolphins practice teams. The Titans picked it up a bit too, using it in three games this year. He joined the Bills when Spencer Brown was placed on the reserve / COVID-19 list, and it always looked like his time in Buffalo was going to be temporary. Ultimately, Hart’s time with the Bills ended without him appearing in a game.
To fill the void on the list, the Bills activated the offensive tackle Tommy doyle off reserve / COVID-19 list (via Wilson on Twitter). The fifth-round rookie pick from Miami (OH) has seen the clock in six games this season, despite only playing 15 offensive snaps.
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