The Bills announced wide receiver Jake Kumerow has been added to the 53-man roster and guard Marquel Harrell joins the practice squad.
Kumerow, 6-4 and 209 pounds, was added to the practice squad on September 8 and has been active for three game days this season. Before coming to Buffalo, Kumerow was a member of the Packers for three seasons. He has 20 receptions, 322 receiving yards and two touchdowns in his NFL career. The receiver entered the NFL in 2015 as a UDFA with the Cincinnati Bengals. He played collegiately at Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Harrell, 6-3 and 307 pounds, joins the Bills as a undrafted free agent after playing collegiately at Auburn where he started in 31 games. The offensive lineman spent time with Buffalo during 2020 Bills training camp before being cut during final roster cuts in September.
Also, linebacker Matt Milano and Tyrel Dodson have been designated to return to practice.
.@buffalobills roster moves:
-Signed WR Jake Kumerow to the active roster from the practice squad
-Signed OL Marquel Harrell to the practice squad
-Designated for return to practice: Tyrel Dodson and Matt Milano
— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) December 2, 2020