Pitts played in all 16 games for the Bills in 2018, playing primarily special teams and totaling just nine tackles. He'll enter his age-26 season in 2019 and look to earn a role as a backup secondary player once again.
Pitts (concussion) practiced fully for the first time all week Friday and does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Pitts' presence will help the Bills' special teams units, but the four-year veteran is really just around for a depth role, as younger players have passed him on the depth chart and he hasn't taken an offensive snap all season.
Pitts (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Pitts was upgraded to a limited practice Thursday after having been sidelined to begin the week. It remains to be seen whether the 26-year-old will clear the league-mandated concussion protocol in time for Sunday's tilt against the Dolphins, but considering that Pitts has not taken a defensive snap since Week 4 it's unlikely that his absence would impact Buffalo's defense.
Pitts hasn't seen a defensive snap since Week 3, so if he can't play this week against the Dolphins, it would mean more of a special teams adjustment in the lineup.