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Bills' Quintin Morris: Logs full practice Thursday
Morris (ankle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Morris was able to log a limited session Wednesday, and the fact that he upgraded to a full participant in Thursday's practice bodes well for his chances to suit up against the Bengals in Week 9. He's missed the last two games after sustaining an ankle injury in Week 6 against the Giants, and his return would help bolster the Bills' depth at tight end, with Dawson Knox (wrist) set to miss the next three games while on IR.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Returns to limited practice
Morris (ankle) will be a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.
Morris has missed the past two games due to an ankle injury, so it's encouraging to see him back on the practice field to begin Week 9 prep, even in a limited capacity. With Dawson Knox (wrist) on injured reserve, Morris would operate as the No. 2 tight end behind rookie Dalton Kincaid if the Bowling Green product makes his return Sunday against the Bengals.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Won't play Thursday
Morris (ankle) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Buccaneers.
With Dawson Knox (wrist) also sidelined, Dalton Kincaid is the lone healthy tight end on the Bills' 53-man roster at the moment, though Joel Wilson will presumably be elevated from the practice squad ahead of Thursday's game. Morris' next chance to see game action will arrive Nov. 5 against the Bengals.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Misses Tuesday's practice
Morris (ankle) was a non-participant in Tuesday's practice.
Morris, who has been dealing with an ankle issue, was inactive for Buffalo's Week 7 loss to the Patriots, and it seems as if his injury could hold him out even longer. The 24-year-old has now recorded consecutive DNPs during Monday's walkthrough and Tuesday's practice. Morris has an opportunity to play behind Dalton Kincaid as the Bills' No. 2 tight end if he's able to suit up Thursday, as Dawson Knox is slated to undergo wrist surgery.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Listed as non-participant Monday
Morris (ankle) was listed as a non-participant in Monday's walk-through, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Morris was inactive for Sunday's game against New England, and it's unclear if he'll be able to return to action for Thursday night's game against the Buccaneers. Morris' status for the contest gains added import with Dawson Knox slated to undergo wrist surgery. For now, the Bills' top healthy tight end is Dalton Kincaid, with Joel Wilson a candidate to be elevated from the team's practice squad ahead of Week 8 action.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Won't face Patriots
Morris (ankle) is ruled out for Sunday's game against New England, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Morris, who caught his first pass of the season last week for a 15-yard touchdown, will have to miss his first game of the year due to an ankle injury. The depth tight end's next chance to take the field will be Week 8 against Tampa Bay.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Still unable to practice
Morris (ankle) will not participate at practice Thursday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Morris couldn't manage to participate in Wednesday's walkthrough either, and at this point he's trending toward sitting out in Week 7. He'll probably need to practice in some capacity Friday to give himself a chance to suit up Sunday at New England.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Can't participate in walkthrough
Morris (ankle) will not participate at Buffalo's walkthrough practice Wednesday, Matt Parrino of The Syracuse Post-Standard reports.
Morris played a season-high 18 snaps in Sunday's win versus the Giants while scoring a key touchdown, and it's not clear when he picked up the injury. The Bills' injury reports Thursday and Friday will shed more light on his potential availability for Week 7.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Hits paydirt in win
Morris secured his lone target for a 15-yard touchdown in Sunday's 14-9 win over the Giants.
Morris' 15-yard touchdown grab was his first reception of the 2023 campaign. The second-year tight end found himself in the No. 2 role behind Dawson Knox, with Dalton Kincaid (concussion) inactive for the contest. Morris played 30 percent of Buffalo's offensive snaps, his highest share of the season. The 24-year-old veteran's touchdown ultimately earned the Bills the win in what was a surprisingly low-scoring day for the offense. Going forward, Morris' limited usage and Kincaid's eventual return make him extremely difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. The Bills will visit the Patriots in Week 7.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Makes catch on TD drive
Morris played 22 of the Bills' 72 snaps on offense and hauled in his lone target for a 12-yard gain in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Dolphins in the wild-card round.
Morris' reception came on the first snap of a five-play scoring drive late in the third quarter that culminated in a Gabe Davis touchdown reception to push Buffalo's lead to 10 points. As per usual, Morris played second fiddle to starting tight end Dawson Knox (61 snaps, 3-20-1 receiving line on five targets), and the two are likely to maintain a significant gap in playing time so long as Knox is healthy for the duration of Buffalo's playoff run.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Not listed on injury report
Morris (illness) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Morris was inactive for last Thursday's win over the Patriots due to the illness, but he's had plenty of time to recover and should be good to go for Sunday's matchup against the Jets. Across 10 appearances this season, Morris has caught seven of 10 targets for 70 yards.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Sidelined for TNF
Morris (illness) has been ruled inactive for Thursday's game against the Patriots.
Morris did not participate in Buffalo's practices Sunday and Tuesday due to an illness before returning in full Wednesday. However, he still appears to be dealing with the effects of this ailment, and he will now miss his first game since Week 1 as a result. With Morris sidelined, Dawson Knox and Tommy Sweeney will serve as the Bills' only available tight ends versus New England.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Questionable for Thursday
Morris (illness) is listed as questionable to play Thursday versus the Patriots.
Morris failed to practice in either of the Bills' in-person sessions this week before being considered a full participant in Wednesday's walkthrough, leaving his status for Thursday up in the air as he continues to deal with an illness. If he's unable to go, Tommy Sweeney could see a slight uptick in usage in Week 13.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Still not practicing
Morris (illness) didn't practice Tuesday.
Morris has missed the first two practices of Week 13 prep and was sidelined for Sunday's unofficial session due to an illness. He'll have only one more chance to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Thursday's matchup against New England.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Not practicing
Morris (illness) will not practice Sunday, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports.
Morris will start the work week sitting out, as the team is holding a practice Sunday due to the Bills playing Thursday against the Patriots. The 23-year-old has played a limited but consistent role as the backup to Dawson Knox this season. He did record a catch on his lone target for three yards in Thursday's win over the Lions, which was his first catch since Week 5 against the Steelers. If Morris is unable to play Week 13, Tommy Sweeney will likely find himself active against New England.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Impresses in first NFL start
Morris started at tight end and played 36 of the Bills' 56 offensive snaps in Sunday's 38-3 win over the Steelers, finishing with three receptions for 39 yards on five targets.
Even though Buffalo was down multiple complementary pieces in its passing attack with all of Jamison Crowder (ankle), Isaiah McKenzie (concussion), Jake Kumerow (ankle) and Dawson Knox (foot) sidelined Sunday, players like Morris, Khalil Shakir and Isaiah Hodgins shined in their most extensive NFL action to date. While filling in for Knox, Morris handily outpaced backup Tommy Sweeney (22 snaps) in field time and played a part in quarterback Josh Allen amassing 348 passing yards by halftime. Though Morris will move back into a more muted role if Knox is ready to go for a much-anticipated Week 6 showdown with Kansas City, the second-year player out of Bowling Green will be someone to consider as a streaming option if Knox should miss time at any point.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Playing time opens up
Morris' teammate Dawson Knox will miss Sunday's game against the Steelers due to a foot injury.
With the starter out of action, this leaves Morris and Tommy Sweeney to handle the majority of the tight-end duties for the Bills in Week 5. Morris saw 24 percent of the offensive snaps in Week 4, while Sweeney hasn't played since Week 1, so it'll be interesting to see if the former gets a few extra looks in the passing game against the Steelers. Morris has been active for three games this season with a collective 3-28-0 line on four targets.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Quintin Morris: Passes Sweeney as No. 2 tight end
Morris hauled in his lone target for a six-yard gain in Monday's 41-7 win over the Titans.
The second-year player out of Bowling Green missed the Bills' season-opening win over the Rams with a hamstring injury, but Morris served as the No. 2 tight end behind Dawson Knox in Week 2 while Tommy Sweeney was a healthy inactive. Though Morris ended up playing 28 of the Bills' 68 offensive snaps (41 percent), expect the usage gap between him and Knox (47 snaps, 69 percent) to remain wider in more competitive contests. Morris remains an intriguing prospect, but not one who will warrant much attention so long as Knox is available.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-2, 252 lbs|
|Birthplace: Richmond, TX|
|School: Bowling Green|