Yarbrough was a healthy inactive for Sunday's finale against the Dolphins.
The Bills have been giving fellow defensive end Mike Love an audition lately with an eye on next season, which has come at Yarbrough's expense. After working his way from an undrafted free agent in 2017 to a roster spot last season, Yarbrough took a step back in 2018 in playing time and almost every statistical category, finishing with 29 tackles and no sacks as a reserve lineman. He may have to work hard this offseason to keep his spot on the active roster.
Yarbrough signed his restricted free-agent tender with Buffalo on Monday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
Yarbrough began turning heads in Buffalo's front office during last year's preseason. Following the strong showing, the 24-year-old pass rusher earned a spot on the 53-man roster where he saw action in all 16 regular-season games. If he's able to build off last season's success, Yarbrough could be in for a breakout 2018 campaign.