Bills sign tight end project Jake Fisher

The former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle, converted to tight end, signs with Buffalo

Derek Kramer
March 22, 2019 - 3:50 pm

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The Buffalo Bills have added to their tight end room, signing former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Jake Fisher to a contract.

Fisher comes to the Bills in his first attempt to land on a roster as a tight end. The 25-year-old worked out with the Bills as a tight end and did well enough to merit a contract in Buffalo. 

Fisher was drafted by Cincinnati in the second round (53rd overall) in the 2015 NFL Draft out of Oregon. He also played as a H-back in his rookie season, but moved back to the offensive line for the 2016 season and started 12 games along the Bengals' offensive line in four seasons. Fisher caught two passes in his four seasons with the Bengals, gaining 43 yards. 

Fisher is Buffalo's third tight end on the roster, along with former Bengals teammate Tyler Kroft and Jason Croom. 

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