Bills release TE Charles Clay A healthy scratch the final two weeks of 2018 By: Mike Krueger | Feb 15 2019, 10:00 pm
With the Friday release of Charles Clay, the Bills will have more flexibility to decide how to handle the position going forward. If Cook is out of the Bills’ price range, there are expected to be plenty of cheaper options. Baltimore’s Maxx Williams is a former second-round draft pick who never reached his potential with the Ravens, but is still young (24) and might need a fresh start. Then there’s the Cincinnati trio of Tyler Eifert, Tyler Kroft and C.J. Uzomah - all of whom are scheduled for unrestricted free agency in March. (Buffalo News)
FFToday's Take:Clay is coming of his worst fantasy season in the NFL (21-184-0) as the Bills schemed the tight end position out of the off-season when Josh Allen took over at quarterback. Clay missed a few games due to a hamstring injury and has battled knee issues throughout his career. He'll try and catch on as backup in 2019 while the Bills move forward with a cheaper free agent or rookie.