The Buffalo Bills are working out former Tulane tight end Charles Jones II. He played 40 games and 22 starts for Tulane.
The 6040, 255 pound pass catcher has 40 career receptions for 268 yards and 5 touchdowns.
The New Orleans, Louisiana native was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent.
Jones was recently released by the Jaguars. He was on the injured reserve and was released with an injury settlement.
The Bills entire tight end’s room is out due to COVID-19 right now. They only have two healthy tight ends at this time. Both Tyler Kroft and Reggie Gilliam are the only two that played this past week against the Jets.