Bill cut re­ceiver Ker­ley, sign Thomas off prac­tice squad

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - SPORTS -

The Buf­falo Bills have cut vet­eran re­ceiver Jeremy Ker­ley in a sur­prise move that fur­ther de­pletes their depth at the po­si­tion.

Ker­ley was re­leased Satur­day so the Bills could sign de­fen­sive tackle Robert Thomas off their prac­tice squad. The moves came a day be­fore Buf­falo’s home opener against the Los An­ge­les Charg­ers.

Ker­ley is an eight-year vet­eran who signed a one-year deal with Buf­falo in free agency in April. He had two catches for 7 yards and ranked third among Buf­falo re­ceivers in play­ing 44 of­fen­sive snaps in a sea­son-open­ing 47-3 loss at Bal­ti­more last week.

Buf­falo is down to five re­ceivers at a po­si­tion that lacks proven depth be­hind starter Kelvin Ben­jamin.

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