(Timothy Ludwig/USA TODAY Sports)

Tight end MarQueis Gray won't return to the Buffalo Bills

Another Bills player from 2015 announced he wouldn't be returning in 2016.

The Buffalo Bills made quite a few moves on Tuesday and one involved not offering a contract to restricted free agent MarQueis Gray.

The tight end joined Buffalo in 2014 and in five games he caught eight passes for 118 yards. His best game as a member of the Bills was his first game against with the team against the Cleveland Browns. He caught two passes for 71 yards in the game, with receptions of 41 and 30 yards.

Entering the 2015 season, Gray was in line to be Buffalo's No. 2 tight end behind Charles Clay. In the first three weeks of the season, Gray went without a catch. In Week 4, Gray caught a two yard reception but it'd be his only catch in 2015. The tight end broke his forearm against the Giants and was placed on the injured reserve.

The Bills could look to add another tight end in free agency or the draft. Buffalo currently has Clay, Nick O'Leary, and Chris Gragg under contract for the 2016 season. 


Buffalo Football Report Top Stories