Buffalo Bills sign punter Matt Haack again

Along with a series of departures from the Buffalo Bills, we had a few arrivals.

Mitch Trubisky returns as backup quarterback, meanwhile, there is punter news now.

The Bills announced that Matt Haack was re-signed again by the team. He inked a one-year deal.

Haack spent 2021 with the Bills and was signed to the 2023 roster ahead of the Bills’ divisional matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.

What makes Haack’s addition interesting is because of why he was signed before that Chiefs outing. Punter Sam Martin was injured so Haack was added as insurance.

But Martin is not a pending free agent. He’s still on Buffalo’s roster and now Haack has been added.

With the slew of players leaving the Bills in recent days, Martin could end up soon following. He has a cap hit of $2.285 million and would free up approximately $1.9M on the cap if released. He could also restructure his contract, too.

Finally, there could be a world where Buffalo has a punter battle in training camp this upcoming offseason. Keeping an eye on Martin in the coming days is the more likely option.

Bills Wire will continue to bring roster updates throughout the 2024 offseason.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire