Dorin Dickerson might not have been a high profile free agent signing, but he’s certainly gotten a heck of a lot of reps with the first team offense through the first two weeks of OTAs.
The main reason why is Dickerson is a true H-back, a position that hasn’t really existed on Buffalo’s roster the past two seasons. With inventive offensive coaches like Chan Gailey and Curtis Modkins, Dickerson has seen a lot of the field in that role on offense as the staff likely determines whether he can be a capable new functioning component of their offense.
“I look at it as a good opportunity,” he said. “I’ve just got to fine tune my skills and do what I can do. This is probably the best opportunity for me since I’ve been in the league so I’ve just got to take advantage of it.”
If Dickerson can convince the coaching staff he deserves a spot on the 53-man roster he’d likely be the team’s third tight end. More on this can be found in OTA Report – Day 5 on the home page of Buffalobills.com.
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