The Buffalo Bills have filled their vacant spot on the team’s practice squad with a local product.
The team announced on Monday that offensive lineman Evin Ksiezarczyk was signed.
Ksiezarczyk is from West Seneca and went undrafted at the 2020 NFL draft. He spent time that summer with the Atlanta Falcons.
Most recently, Ksiezarczyk was on the Washington Football Team’s practice squad and was released in September.
Prior to that, he started this offseason with the Minnesota Vikings after signing a tryout contract with them in the spring.
With UB, Ksiezarczyk started at left tackle for three seasons, earning All-MAC honors in 2019.
Ksiezarczyk fills the open spot left on Buffalo’s practice spot left by Bobby Hart.
The veteran offensive lineman was signed off the Bills’ practice squad last week by the Tennessee Titans. Hart is the second player to be signed from Buffalo’s PS, after rookie offensive lineman bJack Anderson was earlier in the year.