The Buffalo Bills signed cornerback Sammy Seamster to their practice squad on Monday. Seamster has NFL experience, playing with the Miami Dolphins in two games in 2014. Most recently, Seamster was a member of the New Orleans Saints practice squad.
Seamster played his college football at Middle Tennessee State and went undrafted in the 2014 draft. He later signed with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent. Although Seamster wasn't a big time college player, about 20 teams contacted his agent leading up to the draft, according to the Baltimore Ravens' official website. The reason for all of the interest in Seamster? Seamster is 6'0" and ran the 40-yard dash in less than 4.5 seconds. Seamster is exactly the type of project player you like to have on your practice squad. His athleticism and size could help him develop into a solid cornerback down the road.
To make room for Seamster, the Bills released wide receiver Titus Davis.