Two late-round picks by Buffalo have agreed to terms, according to Scout’s Adam Caplan.
Sixth-round linebacker Arthur Moats from James Madison will earn $1.9 million over the next four years, including $112,000 guaranteed. Moats is making the transition from a college defensive end to inside linebacker, where the new 3-4 Bills defense needs help.
Hopefully he doesn’t fight any teammates for his meeting room chair.
Also coming to terms was seventh-round quarterback Levi Brown. He gets $69,000 guaranteed and $1.86 million if he makes it through four years. First, he has to hope the Bills cut one of their veteran quarterbacks in training camp. Browns looks ticketed for the practice squad otherwise.