Dray signed a contract with San Francisco on Monday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN reports. Dray was signed to replace Blake Bell (shoulder), who was placed on IR Monday. Likely the last option at tight end, behind Garrett Celek and Je'Ron Hamm, Dray is unlikely to have much of any fantasy impact in the final two weeks of the season.
Dray was released by the Bills on Tuesday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. Dray will be replaced by Gerald Christian, who was promoted from the practice squad for the corresponding transaction. Neither player offers any potential fantasy appeal, as even starting tight end Charles Clay has struggled to produce in Buffalo's run-heavy offense.
Dray (ankle) has been listed as active for Thursday's Week 2 contest against the Jets. Dray was limited in practice during the week, which put his status into question for the Bills' Thursday night game. Though he's active, he's still the second option at tight end to Charles Clay and likely won't have much fantasy value.
Dray (ankle) is listed as a limited participant for the second straight day Wednesday (the Bills had a walkthrough) and is questionable for Thursday's game against the Jets, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. Dray isn't much of a fantasy option with a career high of 26 catches back in 2013, but we suppose he's at least worth a mention should anything happen to Charles Clay. Clay is also listed as questionable with a knee injury, while Dray is second on the depth chart.
Dray (ankle) was a limited in practice on Tuesday. The second-string tight end re-injured his ankle during Sunday's loss to the Raven, leaving his status for Thursday's tilt with the Jets unknown. Look for more updates to come in the next couple of days. If Dray is ruled out, expect Nick O'Leary to have an expanded role in the Bills' Week 2 game plan.
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