By Brandon J. Koch
The Buffalo Bills are signing a tight end that once was a left tackle.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network tweeted that the team is signing 2015 2nd round pick Jake Fisher on a one year prove it deal.
Former offensive tackle and now tight end Jake Fisher is going to sign with the #Bills on a 1-year deal, per agent Ryan Downey of @capaportsadv. After his third workout at his new position, Fisher lands in Buffalo with a prove-it deal. A cool project to watch going forward.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 22, 2019
Fisher, 25, at 6-foot-6-inch, has gone from the weight of 305 to 285 in his transition to becoming a tight end and was running routes with quarterbacks in California.
The Bills other tight ends are Tyler Kroft and Jason Croom.