Bills sign Bobby Hart

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The Bills have added some offensive line depth, signing Bobby Hart on Tuesday.

Hart’s contract is for one year.

Hart spent the last three seasons with the Bengals as their primary right tackle. He started all 16 games in 2018 and 2019, but was limited to 14 games in 2020 with 13 starts. Cincinnati released Hart earlier this month, saving $5.8 million against the cap.

While Hart is unlikely to being the season as a stater for Buffalo, he does provide key experienced depth. He started his career with the Giants as a seventh-round pick in 2015.

In all, Hart has appeared in 79 games with 66 starts.

6 responses to “Bills sign Bobby Hart

  1. Yeah…….. it wasn’t Hart, it was the Bengals. You had two Bills for aways, Glenn and Miller. One guy can’t block everyone. Beane knows talent. No way he signs a turnstile tackle to protect Allen. He’s the top GM in the sport, maybe all sports. I’ll take his judgements over yours anyday. If it turned out bad, see ya. Your coaching staff was bad and injuries made things worse. Out front office knows what they’re doing while yours is a laughing stock.

  2. Bengals fan and I spent alot of time yelling at Bobby but he had his solid moments and is absolutely a good depth signing for the Bills. He is a
    Lunch pail guy and never complains and played thru injuries. The commenter who said its the Bengals fault, i somewhat agree but not all the way. We bever shouldve relued that much on him. Cant help but love the team Buffalo is building.

  3. A bit of an odd signing on the O line for the Bills. The usually like versatility in their O line depth signings. Don’t know a lot about the kid TBH, but as far as I know he is only ever played tackle.

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