Humber re-signed with the Bills on Thursday, Mike Rodak of ESPN reports. Humber played 16 games with the Bills in 2016, mostly on special teams, where he recorded 12 of his 16 total tackles. He will look to continue in that role in the coming season but could be promoted to a defensive role if Buffalo ends up hobbled by injuries.
Humber signed with the Bills on Wednesday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. One day after being released by New England, the 29-year-old Humber latched on with a team that has far inferior depth at linebacker. He'll still have to battle for a spot on the 53-man roster prior to Saturday's final cut-downs.
Humber has signed a one-year deal with the Patriots, ESPN.com reports. Humber -- who notched 47 tackles and a sack with the Saints last season -- figures to work in a backup role at linebacker for the Patriots, plus he could also bring added value to the team as a core special-teamer.
Humber (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans. Humber, who has 26 tackles and a sack on the season, had missed the Saints' previous two games. He could be in line to start Sunday with Dannell Ellerbe (hip) and David Hawthorne (thigh) ruled out.
Humber (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Humber used the bye week to get healthy, and while he may draw the start at weak-side linebacker, he's unlikely to have an every-down role. Stephone Anthony is the preferred IDP choice among New Orleans linebackers.