College: Citadel | 10 years
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 195 lbs
Birth Date: 1/9/1988
Depth Chart: WR2.2
2019 Bye Week: 6
Out - quadricep
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 320 WR
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Buffalo Bills CB Taron Johnson (hamstring) and WR Andre Roberts (quad) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 2 versus the New York Giants. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) was a limited participant in practice all week and is listed as questionable. LB Lorenzo Alexander (rest), WR John Brown (rest), OT Ty Nsekhe (rest), DT Jordan Phillips (illness), CB Levi Wallace (ankle), RB Frank Gore (rest) and WR Cole Beasley (illness) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 13, and no longer appear on the injury report.
Buffalo Bills RB Frank Gore (rest), CB Taron Johnson (hamstring) and WR Andre Roberts (quad) did not practice Thursday, Sept. 12. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) and CB Levi Wallace (ankle) were limited. LB Lorenzo Alexander (rest), WR John Brown (rest), OT Ty Nsekhe (rest) and DT Jordan Phillips (illness) all returned to full participation after not practicing the day before.
Buffalo Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander, OT Ty Nsekhe and WR John Brown sat out practice Wednesday, Sept. 11, for rest. CB Taron Johnson (hamstring), DT Jordan Phillips (illness) and WR Andre Roberts (quad) didn't practice. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) was limited.
The Buffalo Bills have declared WR Andre Roberts, OT Conor McDermott, OL Ike Boettger, TE Tyler Kroft, S Jaquan Johnson, OT Ryan Bates and S Dean Marlowe inactive for Week 1.
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Roberts (quad) did not participate in practice for a third straight day Friday, Sept. 6, and has been ruled out for Week 1 against the New York Jets. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) was limited for a third straight day and is listed as doubtful.
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Roberts (quadriceps) did not participate in practice Thursday, Sept. 5. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) was limited during practice.
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Roberts (quadriceps) missed practice Wednesday, Sept. 4, and is considered day to day. TE Tyler Kroft (foot) also missed practice.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts has primarily made his mark as a punt and kick returner since 2016. He's filled the role for the Lions, Falcons and Jets and this year will be his first season with the Bills. However, the Bills might be looking to get him a little more involved in the passing game as coach Doug McDermott has been encouraged by Roberts' work ethic, giving him some opportunities to run with the first team at practice. He blocked extremely well the other night," McDermott said in reference to practice, "Ran some people off to open up space for our other receivers and you never really hear him say two words about it. He just wants to win. While this revelation might put Roberts somewhere on the fantasy radar, he still has far too many other receivers ahead of him on the depth chart to warrant drafting consideration.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts was impressive again in the receiving game during practice on Tuesday, and he has been seeing more reps at receiver than he's seen in several years. Normally, he has been known for his special teams abilities and work in the return game. "I'm getting a lot here. That's just what I like to prove every single year that I play. Be what I am at returner, but at the same time be a dual threat and do some things on offense," Roberts said. He has had some first-team reps in practice, rotating with several others. His fantasy impact on offense is likely to still be rather small, but his presence in the return game helps the value of the Bills DST. Consider Buffalo's DST a low-end No. 1 option in most leagues of 12 or more teams.
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Roberts has been consistently rotated in with the first-team offense along with WRs Cole Beasley, John Brown, Robert Foster and Zay Jones. 'He's done a good job,' head coach Sean McDermott said. 'We've had some injuries there so he is very willingly stepped up and shown what he has.'
Fantasy Spin: It's expected Beasley and Brown would be the top two receivers in Buffalo, but it's a rather fluid situation and Roberts could take advantage. However, at this point he is nothing more than a late-round flier in most fantasy leagues until further notice.
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Roberts may see work in the passing game as the No. 5 receiver in addition to playing on special teams, according to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News.