Foster caught three of four targets for 105 yards in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Foster's only previous NFL stats were two catches for 30 yards accrued in Week 2, but it took him just one play to eclipse that production. He gained 47 yards on the game's first play and ended up topping 100. Despite Foster's strong performance here, he'll be very difficult to trust after the Week 11 bye, given what we've seen from Buffalo's offense this season (this game notwithstanding).
Foster spent the first six games of the season with Buffalo before being released, and subsequently joined the team's practice squad. The 24-year-old had two receptions for 30 yards and is unlikely to take on a significant workload offensively.
The Bills signed Foster to their practice squad Friday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
Foster was cut earlier in the week after producing only two receptions for 30 yards through the Bills' first six games. The team liked what Foster did in the summer and he has ties to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, so the Bills will keep him in the mix by stashing him on the practice squad.
Foster caught his first two NFL passes on three targets for 30 yards during Sunday's loss to the Chargers.
Foster, an undrafted rookie free agent from Alabama, was a roster-bubble decision that the team decided to keep. He's continued to work his way up -- after Jeremy Kerley got cut Saturday, Foster was one of only four wideouts the Bills suited up Sunday, and he saw action on 47 percent of the offensive plays. While that's still modest usage, it's mildly impressive he's already the No. 4 guy on the team, and all it may take is another injury or two before Foster starts getting meaningful volume, albeit in a weak offense.
Foster has a spot on Buffalo's initial 53-man roster, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic Buffalo reports.
The undrafted rookie out of Alabama only caught one pass during the preseason, but it did go for a 24-yard touchdown. The Bills may still consider releasing Foster in the coming days if they find something better after other teams make cuts.
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