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Corbin Bryant officially re-signs with the Buffalo Bills

The defensive tackle did a good job filling in for Kyle Williams.

Corbin Bryant officially re-signed with the Buffalo Bills on Monday. The defensive tackle signed his tender with the team today as the Bills began their voluntary offseason conditioning program.

After losing Kyle Williams to injury, Bryant stepped up for the Bills and recorded 10 starts with the team in 2015. During that time, he registered 45 total tackles and one pass defensed. The 2016 season will be Bryant's fourth with the Bills. He's been active for 47 games with Buffalo and recorded 12 total starts during his tenure with the team.

Before joining Buffalo, Bryant was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent. Despite Williams' return, Bryant is expected to see his fair share of playing time on the field this season.


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