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Buffalo Bills 60th overall picks, 60 days from 2016 NFL draft

Neither 60th overall picks in Bills history have any professional stats with the team but one played in Vince McMahon's XFL.

The 2016 NFL draft is 60 days away. Who have the Buffalo Bills drafted at pick 60?

Buffalo has drafted two players at pick 60. Here’s a look at the former Bills players.

David Brandon, LB, Memphis (1987)

Brandon was selected by Buffalo 60th overall but he didn’t play a game with the Bills. Instead, Brandon was playing for the San Diego Chargers during his rookie season. He lasted three seasons with the Chargers before spending two plus seasons with the Cleveland Browns. Brandon then bounced around between the Seattle Seahawks, a second stint with San Diego, and, finally, two seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. Brandon’s last season in the NFL came in 1997.

After being out of football for a few seasons, Brandon appeared in Vince McMahon’s XFL as a member of the Memphis Maniax.

Paul White, HB, Florida (1962)

White was a eighth round draft pick of the Bills in the 1962 AFL draft but the running back never played for the Bills. Pro Football Reference does not have any stats for White with the Bills in the AFL or any team in the NFL.

After his playing career was over, White worked as an elementary physical education teacher. He passed away in 2013.

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