Today’s releases include OJ Howard

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Buffalo Bills are releasing tight end OJ Howard, a player who was supposed to be the primary backup to Dawson Knox, but who ultimately disappointed almost from the moment he joined the team.

There are several players not at practice Tuesday morning and while the team has not formally announced that anyone has been released − they likely won’t do that until after 4 pm today − it’s clear that the absentees are among the cuts.

Among the other players not at practice are wide receivers Isaiah Hodgins, Marquez Stevenson and Tanner Gentry; running backs Raheem Blackshear and Duke Johnson; defensive linemen Mike Love, Brandon Bryant, Kingsley Jonathan, Prince Emily, CJ Brewerand Eli Ankou; offensive linemen Greg Mancz, Luke Tenuta and Alec Anderson; defensive back Ja’Marcus Ingram; and linebacker Joe Giles-Harris.

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