The Bills released a receiver Jake Kumerow on Thursday, according to the league’s transaction wire. However, on Thursday night, the team re-signed Kumerov, according to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo.
The moves were made in order to limit wages.
The Bills initially re-signed Kumerow to a one-year contract on March 10.
He played a career-high 15 games for the Bills last season, watching 116 offensive snaps and 264 on special teams. Kumerov caught two passes for 28 yards and made five tackles. He also regained the fumble.
The 2021 season was his second in Buffalo after two seasons in Green Bay.