Bills hold tryout with five players including WR Isaiah Ford

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The Bills are getting their first look at their 2021 NFL draft class and other first-year players at rookie minicamp this weekend. But there’s a couple of others joining in on the fun, too.

The team announced that five players are having tryouts as well. That group includes:

  • WR Isaiah Ford

  • LB Joe Giles-Harris

  • DL Nazair Jones

  • DL Eddie Vanderdoes

  • QB Zach Smith

It was previously reported that Smith was having a tryout. He transferred from Baylor to Tulsa where he played in 2020. The four others are newly revealed.

Ford has recently played for both the Patriots and Dolphins and is the most experienced of the bunch, who mostly has played out of the slot. Giles-Harris appeared in nine games for the Vikings last season, while Vanderdoes and Jones haven’t appeared in a game since 2019 and 2018, respectively.

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