Bills announce eight undrafted free agent signings

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The NFL’s transaction wire brought news of five undrafted rookies signing with the Bills and the team officially announced those moves along with three other additions on Friday.

There are three offensive linemen, two running backs, two safeties and a cornerback in the group. Both of the safeties were two-year starters in college and served as captains last year.

Josh Thomas had 72 tackles as an All-Sun Belt selection for Appalachian State last year. Garrett Taylor was an All-Big Ten honorable mention at Penn State.

The Bills also signed Washington tackle Trey Adams, FIU cornerback Ike Brown, Toledo fullback Reggie Gilliam, Auburn guard Marquel Harrell, FAU tackle Brandon Walton and North Carolina running back Antonio Williams.

5 responses to “Bills announce eight undrafted free agent signings

  1. Bills are in some trouble this season based directly off their awful offseason & dreadful draft. Bills were #5 in cap space & signed ZERO DIFFERENCE MAKERS. Just a bunch of depth behind average starters. Also got absolutely FLEECED in the Diggs deal. Tack on a questionable draft & here they are again….the 6-10 / 7-9 Buffalo Bills. AWESOME being a die hard Bills fan.

  2. Beane is a genius. This players will all perform and he will flip them for picks. It doesn’t hurt to have the deepest roster in the NFL.

  3. Beane built a team with no QB and no cap room, some things just never change.

  4. On topic this kid from App State is a baller. Seen him play personally. Pretty deep roster, but I’d like to see him earn a spot somehow.

  5. McDermott greatest coach in sports history taking an average roster and getting double digit wins and playoffs, 4 prime time games!
    How did he do that without a QB and getting FLEECED on deals?
    I’d love to have this explained to me.

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