Towbridge was awarded to Buffalo off waivers Friday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Towbridge was let go by the Titans earlier this week, but he has familiarity with the Bills after being an undrafted free agent on the team in 2017, though he spent much of that season on the injured reserve list. Towbridge also spent time in the now-defunct AAF, while his next aim will be to turn some heads while competing as a longshot in a banged-up Buffalo tight-end corps.
Towbridge was waived by the Titans on Thursday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Towbridge's most recent action in professional football came in the now-defunct AAF, where he logged 17 catches for 196 yards over eight games for the Atlanta Legends. The Louisville product was let go to make room for fellow tight end Ryan Hewitt, who signed with the Titans on Thursday.
Towbridge signed a contract with the Titans on Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Towbridge went undrafted out of Louisville in 2017 and spent his rookie season on the Bills' injured reserve list. After parting ways with Buffalo, Towbridge played for the Atlanta Legends in the now-defunct AAF, recording 17 catches for 196 yards across eight games. He'll now look to make an impression during OTAs and training camp in order to earn a spot on Tennessee's 53-man roster.
Towbridge faces an uphill battle to win the Bills' No. 3 job at tight end, Ryan Talbot of NewYorkUpstate.com reports.
Towbridge went undrafted out of Lousiville last spring and then spent the entire 2017 season on injured reserve with an undisclosed issue. He has since returned to the practice field, but Towbridge is buried on the depth chart and will need to impress on special teams during training camp and the preseason to stick around in Buffalo.