The Bills have signed seven undrafted free agents, the club said Tuesday.
Two University of Florida products — defensive tackle Damien Jacobs and linebacker Darrin Kitchens — are among the signeees.
Jacobs (6-3, 290) played two seasons for the Gators, recording 34 tackles (six for loss) and notching 2.5 sacks. He started four games as a senior.
Kitchens (6-2, 230) appeared in 45 games (six starts) in a four-season career with Florida, posting 59 tackles (four for loss).
In addition to Jacobs and Kitchens, the Bills signed these undrafted rookies: Iowa State safety Deon Broomfield, Miami (Fla.) linebacker James Gaines, West Texas A&M Bryan Johnson, Vanderbilt safety Kenny Ladler and Clemson cornerback Darius Robinson.
The club also said it had reached agreements with two University at Buffalo products: safety Derek Brim and defensive lineman Colby Way.