The Bills have signed Dray. Dray caught just six passes for 61 yards in 16 games for the Browns in 2015, but he should be a good fit for the Bills as a blocking tight end in coordinator Greg Roman's run-oriented offense.
Dray had his contract with the Browns terminated on Thursday. Dray will head into free agency after two seasons with the Browns in which he played in all 32 games. He recorded six receptions for 61 yards last season.
Dray, who was not targeted in the Week 17 loss to Pittsburgh, finished the season with a total of six catches for 61 yards. Dray saw 17 or more offensive snaps in every game this season for Cleveland, but was used primarily as a blocking tight end and on special teams. He provides substantial real-life value for an organization, but won't be a factor in fantasy any time soon.
Dray had two receptions on two targets for 10 receiving yards in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Dray has been a reserve at tight end thus far, tallying just four receptions on six targets through seven games. With 30 total receiving yards on the season, it is safe to say that Dray doesn't hold much fantasy value at his point.
Browns backup tight end Jim Dray was not targeted Sunday in San Diego. Dray was not utilized in the passing game despite Cleveland needing to lean heavily on the aerial attack while behind in the second half. He was largely an afterthought while Gary Barnidge (10 targets) dominated the attention given to the position. He remains very unlikely to provide any Fantasy production.
|* indicates player did not play that week|
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|2||09/16||New York Jets||2||4.75|
|4||10/02||@New England Patriots||6||6.00|
|5||10/09||@Los Angeles Rams||25||8.25|
|6||10/16||San Francisco 49ers||7||6.13|
|8||10/30||New England Patriots||6||6.00|
|17||01/01||@New York Jets||2||4.75|
|3 Year Avg||25||16||173||1||9||10.81||23|