The Bills announced Tuesday that they have signed seventh-round pick Kyle Calloway to a four-year contract.
Calloway bookended No. 23 overall pick Bryan Bulaga at Iowa as the Hawkeyes’ right tackle. A 37-game starter under Kirk Ferentz, Calloway possesses the build at 6-foot-7, 315 to stay at tackle in the pros. He is considered to lack ideal athleticism, however.
Still, it would be an ominous sign for Calloway if he failed to make the team. The Bills have perhaps the weakest offensive tackle corps in the league.
To make room on the 80-man roster, the Bills waived undrafted rookie cornerback Stephan Virgil.