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Draft Scout Nick O''Leary News
10/09/17 - TE Nick O'Leary took over for Charles Clay and set career highs for snaps played (59), catches (5) and yards (54). He had to leave briefly when he was laid out while blocking, but he was able to finish the game.
09/25/17 - TE Nick O'Leary had only one target, but it was a good one as he caught a 31-yard pass near the sideline, a play where he tracked the ball impressively.
09/02/16 - TE Nick O'Leary needed to make a positive impression and he did with six catches for 63 yards. For now, he has a spot on the roster.
12/21/15 - TE Nick O'Leary, promoted from the practice squad two weeks ago, made the first reception of his NFL career and it was a catch and run for 37 yards.
12/09/15 - A few teams were reportedly inquiring about signing rookie sixth-round draft pick Nick O'Leary off the Bills' practice squad, so the team decided to promote the tight end to the 53-man roster Tuesday. To make room for O'Leary, the Bills released veteran blocking tight end Matthew Mulligan. The timing of the move is that Mulligan had just played a key role on the winning touchdown against Houston last Sunday, running a clear-out route that freed Charles Clay down the middle of the field.
O'Leary was a receiving threat for Florida State, catching 81 passes for 1,175 yards and 13 touchdowns in his final two seasons, but he struggled with blocking, and that's a skill the Bills require from their tight ends in coordinator Greg Roman's offense. However, they apparently think he can develop, and he's certainly a more viable threat in the passing game than the 267-pound Mulligan, who is strictly a blocker.