Tyler Kroft to sign a three-year deal with Buffalo
Free agent tight end Tyler Kroft has come to an agreement with the Buffalo Bills on a three-year, $18.75M contract.
The former Cincinnati Bengal missed most of 2018 with a broken foot but emerged in 2017 with 7 touchdowns. He will be the favorite to lead the Bills' tight end crew after they released long-time starter Charles Clay earlier this offseason.
Kroft caught 67 passes for 661 yards and 8 touchdowns in 51 games in his four years with Cincinnati.
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