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Tagged: Dawson Knox (8 Results)


Bills expecting TE Knox to improve in 2020

Buffalo tight end DAWSON KNOX played more than expected during his 2019 rookie season, showing potential along with some consistency issues and a troubling drop rate. Heading into his second season,More Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott said recently that Knox had a good offseason – adding that the team expects a year of growth and significant advances. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Sophomore tight ends

It’s not a great year for rookie tight ends (with just one selected in the first 90 picks). But I see a couple of second-year guys who did a good job of getting downfield for chunk plays last year.  more »


Around the NFL: Dawson Knox

Is Dawson Knox on the eve of a breakout season? He moved into the starting lineup as the Bills' main tight end as a rookie, and now it's year 2 for him and year 3 for his quarterback -- offense should be headed for an uptick. But with Knox specifically, there's good and bad.   more »


Factoid: Dawson Knox

Is Dawson Knox a breakout candidate at tight end? He’s shown some ability to get downfield for big plays, but he dropped too many passes as a rookie.  more »


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Aaron Bland and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 3 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »


Factoid: Rookie tight ends

A story in the Buffalo News recently suggested third-round tight end Dawson Knox could be a year one starter for the Bills. If that happens, he'll have a chance of joining the relative small group of tight ends that have made a significant impact in their rookie seasons.   more »



Rookie could win starting TE job for Bills

Buffalo rookie tight end DAWSON KNOX reportedly has a good chance to win the starting tight end job for the Bills heading into the 2019 season. Knox had some impressive momentsMore in offseason workouts and there is limited competition at the position. If he continues his solid play into training camp and the preseason, the job could be his for the taking. Less

Source: Buffalo News

Around the NFL: Tight end receiving

The Jaguars selected tight end Josh Oliver (pictured) in the third round. Rookie tight ends don't often make an impact, but Jacksonville coach Doug Marrone is pleased by what he's seen out of the rookie so far. Small wonder, since he didn't see tight ends do much of anything for his team last season.   more »


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