The Bills have added a local product to their secondary.
The club has reached a four-year, $16 million deal with Ravens cornerback Corey Graham, Adam Caplan of ESPN reported Wednesday.
The 28-year-old Graham played two seasons with Baltimore. In 2012, he moved into the starting lineup midway through the season and started the final 12 games for the Ravens, including all four postseason contests for the eventual Super Bowl champions. Last season, Graham (6-0, 196) notched 74 tackles, defended 12 passes and recorded four interceptions for Baltimore in 16 games (five starts). He also contributed on special teams.
Graham joins Stephon Gilmore and Leodis McKelvin as prominent names on the Bills’ depth chart at cornerback. Graham, who attended Turner-Carroll High School in Buffalo, is No. 74 on PFT’s Free Agent Hot 100.