Smith, 28, admitted it's a challenge changing gears at this point.
"It's different," said Smith, who finished last season with 23 receptions for 240 yards and a touchdown. "It's a whole other skill set and a whole other way of thinking. But like I said I come out and do the best I can with the opportunities that I have. It's different though, but it's cool."
We wrote last week about the Bills' curious decision to keep Smith with the QBs. The team gave Smith a four-year, $15 million to be the dynamic jack-of-all-trades that made him so dangerous for the New York Jets. Locking him behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and Vince Young without another outlet other than special teams seemed off.