Report: Bills were in running for Giants TE Kyle Rudolph

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The Bills eventually landed on Jacob Hollister as their tight end addition this offseason. Reportedly Kyle Rudolph was in discussion to some extent though, too.

According to NFL Network’s Michael Silver, before signing Hollister and prior to Rudolph inking a deal with the Giants, the Bills were interested in the former Viking.

Along with the Bills, the Colts, Chargers, and Panthers were “also in the running” for Rudolph, per the report.

Rudolph, 31, was cut by the Vikings prior to free agency, but didn’t sign until this past week. Giants Wire reports it was a two-year, $16 million deal for Rudolph.

Terms for Hollister’s contract were not released, but he signed a one-year deal with the Bills. The 27-year-old also played in college with Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen.

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