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The Buffalo Bills: Re-Inventing Jay Riemersma, Shawn Nelson Style

Published by on June 3, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

What do the Buffalo Bills and the tight end position have in common? Absolutely nothing.

It's safe to say that the last great tight end the Bills were able to boast about went by the name of Jay Riemersma. 

A seventh-round pick in the 1996 draft, he quickly became a favorite target of Doug Flutie due to his excellent hands and toughness.

He played six seasons with the Bills and finished his career with two seasons in Pittsburgh Steelers. Overall, his numbers were pretty impressive. 

Riemersma ended his career with 221 receptions, 2,524 yards, and 23 touchdowns, 20 of them coming with the Bills. Considering that all of Buffalo's tight ends over the past six ye...

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