The Buffalo Bills boast the NFL’s best defense and a top five offense, but even their offense has struggled at times. So the Bills are bringing in some reinforcements for the final half of the season in form of a veteran offensive lineman.
On Friday, the Bills announced that they were signing seven-year veteran Bobby Hart to the team. Hart was released by the Tennessee Titans earlier this week and is now joining the Bills for a third stint.
Hart initially signed with the Bills during the 2021 NFL offseason. But he was released by the team during the final roster cuts right before the season.
Hart signed with the Miami Dolphins practice squad shortly after his release from Buffalo. He was released again after less than two weeks and joined Buffalo’s practice squad in late-September.
On October 20, Hart was signed by the Titans off Buffalo’s practice squad and played three games for them before his release.
We’ve signed OL Bobby Hart. #BillsMafia
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 19, 2021
Bobby Hart was a seventh round draft pick by the New York Giants in the 2015 NFL Draft after earning Third-Team All-ACC honors at Florida State. He played three seasons in New York, starting 21 of 33 games between 2015 and 2017.
Hart parlayed his play in New York into a three-year run with the Cincinnati Bengals, during which he started 45 of 46 games at right tackle.
He was released after the 2020 season but has had a hard time holding down a job this year.
Perhaps the Bills will give him the stability he’s been hoping for all year.
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