The Buffalo Bills were a busy team on Tuesday as they attempt to tweak their roster following a 28-25 loss to the Miami Dolphins this past Sunday.
In total, the team announced six different roster moves today.
First and foremost, wide receiver Ed Eagan has been promoted from the practice squad to the active roster. He’s been on the Buffalo practice unit since signing with them on September 27th and the rookie is a prototypical slot receiver.
Aside from the Bills, he’s also spent time with the Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys after going undrafted this year out of Northwestern State.
To make room on the 53-man roster for Eagan, the ream released tackle Michael Ola.
The Bills signed Ola on September 28th this year after he opened the season on the practice squad of the Seattle Seahawks. He’s also spent time with the Dolphins, Bears, Chargers, Lions and Giants during his short four-year career.
Finally the team made four different practice squad moves.
Joining the Buffalo practice squad on Tuesday is tight end Gerald Christian, wide receiver Mose Frazier and defensive back Joe Powell.
Christian was previously on the active roster as recently as last week, but he was released before the past game.
Frazier was previously on the Broncos practice squad after going undrafted this year. The 5-foot-10, 196-pound Frazier was an electric receiver at the University of Memphis, catching 135 passes for 1,599 yards.
Powell spent a portion of the offseason this year with the Giants and has previously played for the Cleveland Gladiators of the AFL.
The team also released wide receiver Corey Washington from the practice squad.