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Top Trent Sherfield News

  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Uninvolved in offense

    Sherfield has yet to be targeted through two games even though he's seen 39 snaps on offense.

    The Bills have a crowded offense, and barring injury, there are five players that should hog just about all of the targets -- top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, running backJames Cook, and tight ends Dawson Knox and Dalton Kincaid. That leaves Shefield and the two other receivers that made the final roster -- Deonte Harty and Khalil Shakir -- getting the scraps, and so far for Sherfield there hasn't been a morsel. On the bright side, his 39 snaps outpace Harty's 28 and Shakir's 19, so Sherfield can be considered the team's No. 3 receiver for now, although he likely only has that assignment due to his elite run-blocking ability. Should Diggs or Davis go down, Shakir and Harty seem more likely to benefit.

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  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Makes initial roster

    Sherfield remains on the Bills' roster following this week's cutdowns.

    Sherfield was all over the field all summer amid a heavy competition for the final wideout spots, and in the end he won a job while the Bills cut others or moved younger receivers to the practice squad. The intrigue doesn't stop here, as the Bills' No. 3-No. 5 receiver spots seem to present a fluid situation, so the 27-year-old journeyman could have a somewhat important depth role in the offense once all is said and done.

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  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Making case for spot

    Sherfield continues to have a good summer and drew more praise from offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey this week, Mark Gaughan of The Buffalo News reports. "I just didn't know how good Trent could be when he first got here," Dorsey said. "I really didn't. I thought he'd be a great piece for us, and a guy who would compete for a spot and everything.

    Sherfield, who posted a 30-417-2 line for the Dolphins last season, profiles as a good candidate for snaps as a middle-of-the-field guy. The Bills are settled at the top two spots with Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, but there's no clear-cut pecking order after that. Sherfield looks like a good bet for a roster spot at this stage, and he could work his way all the way up to the No. 3 role (one that might turn into more of a committee) if he continues to shine.

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  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Generating buzz in spring work

    Sherfield has "stepped up and been a favorite" of Josh Allen during spring practices, writes The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia.

    Sherfield inked a one-year deal with Buffalo after spending last season with the division-rival Dolphins, where he set career highs across the board with 30 catches for 417 yards and two touchdowns on 58 percent of the offensive snaps behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. In Buffalo, Sherfield "has stood out the most this spring" as the third receiver and has gained Allen's trust, Buscaglia reports. Given that assessment, it appears the 27-year-old has a strong chance to serve as the Bills' No. 3 wideout behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis, although talented second-year wideout Khalil Shakir could serve as formidable training camp/preseason competition.

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  • Bills' Trent Sherfield: Lands one-year deal in Buffalo

    The Bills signed Sherfield to a one-year contract Monday.

    Sherfield stays in the AFC East after putting together a career-best 30-417-2 receiving line in 17 games with the Dolphins last season. Part of Sherfield's success in 2022 could have been due to his familiarity with Miami coach Mike McDaniel's scheme, as the two spent time together in San Francisco, but his arrival in Buffalo provides the Bills with a reliable veteran presence behind top wideouts Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis.

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  • Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Enjoys career year

    Sherfield secured 30 of 51 targets for 417 yards and two touchdowns across 17 regular-season games with the Dolphins in 2022.

    Sherfield put together the best campaign of his five-year career in his inaugural season with the Dolphins, an outcome that was no doubt assisted by his familiarity with coach Mike McDaniel's scheme from their time together in San Francisco. He established himself as a trustworthy No. 3 wideout down the stretch of the 2022 season, so though Sherfield will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, the Dolphins could have real motivation to re-sign him as reliable depth behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

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  • Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Not targeted in win over Jets

    Sherfield was not targeted during Sunday's 11-6 win over the Jets.

    Sherfield didn't draw a target from Skylar Thompson despite having been involved enough Week 17 to draw six looks. As such, the regular-season finale counts as Sherfield's first game of the 2022 regular season without a target. He could be more involved in the wild-card matchup against Buffalo, especially if the Dolphins have Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) or Teddy Bridgewater back under center.

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  • Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Targeted six times in loss

    Sherfield secured two of six targets for 30 yards during Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Patriots.

    Sherfield tied his single-game target count this season with a combination of Teddy Bridgewater (finger) and Skylar Thompson under center Sunday. While he wasn't efficient with increased volume, Sherfield could be a sneaky fantasy option for Week 18's regular-season finale against the Jets dependent on the health of Miami's quarterback position; if Thompson is back under center, a similar gameplan could be deployed.

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  • Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Secures both targets

    Sherfield caught both of his targets for 25 yards during Sunday's 26-20 loss to Green Bay.

    Sherfield once again handled a key complementary role for Miami's offense, though his usage didn't translate to fantasy production. With just two touchdowns on the year, and only three games with at least 50 receiving yards, Sherfield can only be considered a fantasy dart throw with a divisional matchup against the Patriots on deck Week 17.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 206 lbs
Birthplace: Danville, IL
Age: 27
School: Vanderbilt
Experience: 6