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Bills sign 10 undrafted rookies, including Aaron Corp

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The Bills have announced their group of undrafted free agents.

It’s a 10-man group headlined by quarterback Aaron Corp. Corp was set to be USC’s starting quarterback in 2009 before breaking his leg and opening the door for Matt Barkley. He transferred to Richmond, where he got hurt again in 2010 before completing his collegiate career in 2011. Corp occasionally drew some notice as a draft prospect and should get a look as the third quarterback this summer.

The rest of the group includes Stanford safety Delano Howell, Missouri State running back Chris Douglas, Virginia Tech cornerback Cris Hill, Colorado State offensive lineman Paul Madsen, Florida State punter Shawn Powell, Texas offensive lineman David Snow, Penn State safety Nick Sukay, Mercyhurst safety/long snapper Ian Wild and Texas A&M linebacker Garrick Williams.

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12 Responses to “Bills sign 10 undrafted rookies, including Aaron Corp”
  1. cosanostra71 says: Apr 30, 2012 4:15 PM

    good for Aaron liked him at Orange Lutheran as well as SC. Don’t think he’ll make the team though.

  2. steelybills says: Apr 30, 2012 4:16 PM

    Im rooting for the kid from Mercyhurst…GO BILLS!

  3. mullman7675 says: Apr 30, 2012 4:22 PM

    Corp had a rough go at USC- maybe he turns into the second coming of Matt Cassel. I mean, he did get a nice contract out of the Chiefs after proving that almost any QB can step into the pats system and make it work to the tune of 10-11 wins.

  4. bigbillsfan says: Apr 30, 2012 4:33 PM

    Corp, just like any other UDFA is hoping to be the diamond in the rough. All teams are looking for the same.

  5. cush2push says: Apr 30, 2012 4:45 PM

    im fine with cutting thigpen and going with corp as our backup fitzy is gonna play all year anyways seems a waste of 2 mill to have thiggy get hit in the face with footballs

  6. momentumtech says: Apr 30, 2012 6:11 PM

    Nobody cares about punters I know. But Powell is one of top 3 coming out of college, averaging 47 yards last year and 43 net. Also you can ask the Gators how well he kicks it inside the 10 yard line – he had 4 in one game. If given a fair shot he has a great chance of making your team.

  7. bmg40 says: Apr 30, 2012 7:02 PM

    With Moorman as our P, he has no chance of making the team.

  8. jacksonjames4 says: Apr 30, 2012 10:04 PM

    the bills should resign jp losman

  9. kronix7 says: Apr 30, 2012 11:19 PM

    You got to hand it to Bills fans. Faithful bunch considering half your games are played in Toronto and those Superbowls runs back in the day, 4 superbowl attempts in 4 years. That’s was what 25 plus years ago? Like I said “Bravo” Bills fans.

  10. vaellis says: May 1, 2012 6:02 AM

    @kronix7 Imagine how big a deal it would be if a team won 4 conference championships in a row. Pretty big. Now go back to your bridge, troll.

  11. sirthorazine says: May 1, 2012 9:07 AM

    You got to hand it to Bills fans. Faithful bunch considering half your games are played in Toronto
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    There is one game played in Toronto every year. The rest are played in NY. Half of Bills games would equal 8. 1 is less than 8

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    and those Superbowls runs back in the day, 4 superbowl attempts in 4 years. That’s was what 25 plus years ago? Like I said “Bravo” Bills fans.
    ————————————————–Not sure what fans base their fandom on how long it’s been since going to a superbowl.

  12. ottograham says: May 1, 2012 9:44 AM

    @steelybills and all bills fans alike. Youre spot on with your assessment. The kid is an absolute beast on the field and will earn his paycheck as a low cost player. Grew up with him and had the opportunity to watch him come into his own. Congrats to Ian and the Bills for sucha pick up. Helps when you went to the same HS as the D Coordinator. Wannstedt wasnt gonn make the same mistake twice as he did passing him up when he was coaching Pitt. Couldnt have happened to a better person too. Congrats Ian.

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