With former Bills coaches scattered across the league, Buffalo could see a few free agents and unsigned practice squad players plucked from their roster. The first such signing happened late Monday.
The Denver Broncos announced the signing of Bills RB Bruce Hall. A former undrafted free agent signing, Hall spent the past two seasons on Buffalo’s practice squad.
With former Bills RBs coach Eric Studesville, now working in the same role in Denver, he’s obviously very knowledgeable about Hall’s abilities and thought enough of him to sign him.
It doesn’t necessarily mean that he won’t wind up on Denver’s practice squad, but since the Bills did not sign Hall to a future free agent contract in January he was free to sign elsewhere.
Knowing Studesville respected his game enough to keep him around on Buffalo’s roster the past two seasons, albeit on the practice squad, it’s likely Hall felt this was his best chance to make a 53-man roster.
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