The 2016 NFL draft is 64 days away. Who have the Buffalo Bills drafted at pick 64?
Buffalo has selected two players at pick 64. Here’s a look at the two former Bills.
Sam Rogers, LB, Colorado (1994)
At pick 64, Rogers proved to be a solid value pick. The linebacker played with Buffalo from 1994-2000. He played in 101 games in Buffalo, starting in 79 games, and recorded 228 total tackles, 21.5 sacks, and two interceptions with the Bills.
In 2001, Rogers moved on to the San Diego Chargers. In 15 games, Rogers recorded eight tackles and one sack. He spent his final two seasons in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons. His best season in Atlanta came in 2002. Rogers started 13 games with Atlanta and recorded 6.5 sacks and 31 total tackles.
Ray Rissmiller, OT, Georgia (1965)
Rissmiller was drafted by Buffalo in the eighth round of the 1965 AFL draft. He was also selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the NFL draft. Rissmiller opted to play in Philadelphia, but he only appeared in one game with the Eagles in 1966. The following season, Rissmiller played for the New Orleans Saints. He appeared and started in 11 games with the Saints in 1967.
In 1968, Rissmiller’s final season in football, he joined the Bills. He appeared in four games with Buffalo in his final season.