The Buffalo Bills have signed former Alabama safety Jared Mayden off of the New York Jets practice squad.

Mayden spent four seasons at the Capstone, recording 82 total tackles (44 solo, 38 assisted), three tackles for loss for 14 yard, one sack for eight yards, four interceptions, and ten passes defended.

The Texas native was signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent shortly after the 2020 NFL Draft. He has spent time on the Bills, Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, and Niners.

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In his professional career, Mayden has seen time in six games and has recorded seven total tackles (five solo, two assisted).

This is the second time that the 24-year old has been with Buffalo this season. He was on the team's practice squad for three weeks in October before being released and picked up by the Jets in November.

The Bills take on the New England Patriots in their regular-season finale on Sunday, January 8, 2022, at noon CT. Check your local listings to determine if the game is on in your area.

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