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2020 1 22 22.00 1 0.00 81.3
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Returns to practice

    Kumerow returned to practice Tuesday after missing time over the last week due to soreness, Grace Heidinger of the Bills' official site reports. With the Bills adding Jamison Crowder and Tavon Austin in free agency and drafting Boise State's Khalil Shakir in April, Kumerow has some work to do to land a roster spot. At least he'll be able to resume that quest in training camp with apparently full health.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Misses Tuesday's practice

    Kumerow did not practice Tuesday due to soreness, Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 reports. This doesn't sound like a major concern, though Kumerow will be in a heated battle to make the team since only the top two WR spots appear to be locked up and there are currently 9-10 wideouts with a legit shot to make the final roster.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Rejoins Bills

    Kumerow agreed to re-sign with the Bills on Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Kumerow was released by the Bills on Thursday, but the move was simply made to free up some cap space. The 30-year-old dealt with an undisclosed injury last week but appears to have moved past the issue as mandatory minicamp draws to a close. Kumerow has played primarily on special teams during his time in Buffalo, but he'll compete for a larger role in the Bills' offense during training camp this year.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Cut in procedural move

    Kumerow was released by the Bills on Thursday, but he is expected to be re-signed Friday for salary cap purposes, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports. Kumerow picked up an undisclosed injury this offseason that kept him out of one practice during the Bills' minicamp last week, though his anticipated re-signing likely indicates that this issue has cleared up. The 30-year-old wideout is currently signed to a one-year, $1.19 million contract with Buffalo and it is unknown what his new deal will be upon re-signing with the team. Kumerow has primarily served as a core special teamer during his time with the Bills, playing 357 special-teams snaps over 21 regular-season games during the past two seasons.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Out with injury

    Kumerow (undisclosed) was unable to participate in Tuesday's training session, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. The wide receiver was absent from Tuesday's activities while dealing with an undisclosed injury. Kumerow re-signed with the Bills this offseason after appearing in 15 games last season, catching two passes for 28 yards while operating mostly as a special-teams option.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Re-ups with Bills

    Buffalo re-signed Kumerow to a one-year contract Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Kumerow mostly played special teams while logging a career-high 15 appearances in 2021, only securing two of six targets for 28 yards in that span. The 30-year-old can safely remain off the fantasy radar in all formats, but re-signing him provides a nice boost to Buffalo's end-of-roster depth.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Inactive Sunday

    Kumerow (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts. Kumerow was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday but won't suit up for Sunday's contest. Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie are available as Buffalo's depth options at wide receiver.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Activated from COVID-19 list

    Kumerow was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. Kumerow spent nine days on the list and missed Buffalo's Week 10 game against the Jets, but he'll be eligible to suit up Sunday against the Colts. The 29-year-old wide receiver has primarily played on special teams this season, and Kumerow's expected to go back to the same role once he retakes the field.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Placed on COVID-19 list

    Kumerow was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday. It's unclear if Kumerow tested positive or is a close contact, but he is now the fourth member of the Bills' offensive group to be placed on the COVID-19 list this week. The 6-foot-4 wideout hasn't caught a pass this season, so if he is unable to suit up Sunday, it shouldn't impact the Bills' offensive game plan.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Completes climb up depth chart

    Kumerow secured a spot on the Bills' initial 53-man roster released Tuesday, The Buffalo News reports. The journeyman wideout out of Wisconsin-Whitewater had a fantastic summer and leapfrogged some other receivers to nab a roster spot. He'll need some injuries to have meaningful fantasy value, but he's exceeded expectations so far, and both Josh Allen and previous teammate Aaron Rodgers have raved about his size and athletic ability. Keep his name in mind in the event injuries strike the high-powered Buffalo offense.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Rising up depth chart

    Kumerow has stood out early in training camp, making frequent eye-popping plays, Dante Lasting of the Bills' official site reports. The journeyman, who flipped between the Bills' roster and practice squad last season, appeared to be on the outside looking in for a roster spot when he was re-signed, and while that may still be the case he's putting himself in serious running for the final WR spot. Kumerow has held his own against star cornerback Tre'Davious White throughout camp and has drawn praise from his teammates for the athleticism he's showing coming from a guy his size. The Bills' top four receiving spots are locked up and the fifth will likely go to jack-of-all-trades Isaiah McKenzie, but Kumerow is certainly right up there if the Bills go with six receivers or one of the top five suffers an injury.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Back in New Orleans

    The Saints signed Kumerow to the practice squad Wednesday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. The Saints claimed Kumerow off waivers back in December, but he was cut before appearing in a game. The 28-year-old will now get a chance to compete for a depth gig on the team's practice squad.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Cut loose by Saints

    The Saints waived Kumerow on Saturday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Kumerow didn't play a game for the Saints before being cut. Previously, Kumerow played six games for the Bills this season, logging just 17 snaps on offense and a 22-yard touchdown grab on his lone target.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Cut by Buffalo

    Kumerow was let go Thursday, the Bills' official site reports. Bah humbug. Kumerow caught his first TD pass for the Bills last weekend in the rout over Denver, but such is life in the NFL. We're pretty sure the Bills would like him back on their practice squad if no other team's interest was piqued by last week's score.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Signed to active roster

    The Bills signed Kumerow to the active roster from the practice squad Wednesday, Maddy Glab of the team's official site reports. Kumerow has been a practice squad elevation for Buffalo's last three games, and he's shown enough for the team to now sign him to the active roster. The 28-year-old wideout hasn't yet been targeted this season, and he's mostly played on special teams in three appearances, but the placement of John Brown (ankle) on IR could allow him more opportunities.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Jumps to active roster

    The Bills elevated Kumerow to the active roster Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Kumerow has played two games for the Bills this year. He's seen most of his work on special teams, playing just three snaps on offense. The 28-year-old wide receiver has an opportunity to earn a longer stay on the active roster following news that John Brown (ankle) has been placed on injured reserve.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Back down to practice squad

    Kumerow reverted to the Bills' practice squad Monday after playing 17 special-teams snaps during Sunday's 32-30 loss to the Cardinals, per the NFL's official transaction log. The former Packer collected zero snaps on the offensive side while going without a statistical contribution of note on special teams. Kumerow signed with Buffalo's practice squad Sept. 8, but he didn't make his Bills debut until Week 9. With appearances in consecutive games, there's a reasonable chance Kumerow is elevated once again for a Nov. 29 matchup against the Chargers following Buffalo's Week 11 bye.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Elevates from practice squad

    Kumerow was lifted from Buffalo's practice squad Saturday, The Buffalo News reports. The Bills have lost several players for Sunday's game in Arizona due to a COVID-19 positive with Josh Norman, with several others affected due to close contact rules. Kumerow will serve in a deep reserve and special teams role against the Cardinals.
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  • Jake Kumerow: Heads back to practice squad

    Kumerow reverted to the Bills' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Kumerow was elevated to the active roster Saturday ahead of a tilt against the Seahawks, but he ultimately produced no statistical output on three offensive snaps and 16 special-teams snaps during the contest. With the Bills currently possessing six healthy wide receivers on the active depth chart, Kumerow would be most needed for special-teams purposes if he were to be promoted to the 53-man roster again.
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  • Bills' Jake Kumerow: Moves to active roster

    The Bills elevated Kumerow to the active roster Saturday. Kumerow was cut by the Packers before Week 1, and he's been on the Bills' practice squad ever since. He'll get his first chance with his team Sunday against the Seahawks. Kumerow is one of seven wide receivers that will suit up for the Bills, so he's only expected to play a handful of snaps. The 28-year-old wide receiver produced a 12-219-1 line over 14 games with the Packers last season.
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