The Buffalo Bills have brought offensive lineman Bobby Hart back into the fold.
The team announced on Thursday that Hart was signed to the practice squad.
In a corresponding move, recently signed cornerback Greg Stroman was released from the practice squad.
Hart was let go by the Bills just a day prior. Previously he was on the 53-man roster but was cut to make room for rookie Tommy Doyle, who was activated off Buffalo’s Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Hart previously spent the offseason with the Bills and was added to the PS after training camp. He was then signed off Buffalo’s practice squad by the Tennessee Titans but eventually returned after the Titans cut him.
Stroman was signed on Dec. 1 in the wake of Tre’Davious White’s season-ending knee injury to add depth at the cornerback spot.
Buffalo does still have the likes of cornerbacks Tim Harris and Nick McCloud on their practice squad.