The Buffalo Bills don't seem confident about their current punting situation. According to Ryan Talbot, Buffalo held a tryout for four punters on Monday.

Throughout the offseason and this preseason, the Bills had Corey Bojorquez punting the ball for them. Bojorquez made the 53-man roster but it seems as if his roster spot isn't a guarantee anymore.

In the four preseason games he took part in, Bojorquez averaged just 41.3 yards per punt. For comparison, his 41.3 yards per punt would've ranked dead-last in the NFL in 2018. Furthermore, Donnie Jones was last in the NFL with 42.3 yards per punt last year.

Among the punters they brought in, Kasey Redfern last spent time with the Dallas Cowboys this preseason. Redfern, in Week 2 of the preseason, had a punt that traveled 60 yards downfield.

Brock Miller also impressed during the preseason with the Los Angeles Rams. Miller spent time kicking field goals and punting the ball in his short stay in Los Angeles. The left-footed special-teamer had six punts that pinned the Rams' opponents inside the 20-yard line.

As for Ryan Santoso and Ryan Winslow, both are undrafted rookies who were released on Saturday. Similarly to Miller, Santoso spent time switching between being the kicker and punter with the Detroit Lions. In the Lions' preseason finale against the Cleveland Browns, Santoso punted it nine times—including a 52-yard punt.

Winslow spent the preseason with the Arizona Cardinals after spending his collegiate career at Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh product impressed in his short stint in Arizona and was beat out by veteran Andy Lee.

The Bills will need to make a decision on their punter ahead of their Week 1 matchup against the New York Jets this Sunday.