Buffalo Bills Tight End O.J. Howard is in danger of being cut

from the roster ahead of the regular season.

It began tight end, Quentin Morris, in the team's second preseason game in place of

Dawson Knox (individual), and was Tommy Sweeney next to the bench.

Howard was on the field for just one game in the opening quarter.

A source believes Morris may drop Howard from the roster.

Howard has achieved a pro football focus grade of 59.6 so far in the season.

The Bills would save $2.25 million if they trade or

release Howard before the day of the roster cut.

The 27-year-old has been looking sluggish at training camp after signing a one-year deal

in free agency, and he's currently well off the fantasy radar.