Buffalo Bills rookie Kevon Seymour believes he'll be a dominant special teams player

Kevon Seymour believes he'll be a dominant special teams player for the Bills.

Buffalo Bills sixth round pick Kevon Seymour joined The John Murphy Show on Wednesday night after signing his rookie contract with the team. The cornerback discussed Buffalo's rookie training camp, his time at USC, his vision, and much more during his appearance on the show. 

One area that Murphy asked Seymour about was special teams. The rookie believes he'll be a dominant player for Buffalo in that regard.

"Oh man, I'm going to be a dominant special teams player," Seymour said. "I say that in confidence because I know what I can do. So I'm definitely going to contribute to the team's success in that way right away."

Seymour's comments about his ability on special teams should not come as a surprise. At USC, Seymour was terrific on special teams. He registered 19 special teams tackles between 2013-2015 and recorded eight special teams tackles alone in 2015 according to his NFL draft profile

One USC writer told Buffalo Football Report that Seymour has the ability to be one an excellent gunner in the NFL.

The Bills added plenty of depth at cornerback leading up to the draft, so Seymour will have to stand out on special teams to earn a spot on Buffalo's 53-man roster. If he's "dominant" out of the gate, the Bills will have no trouble finding a spot for Seymour.


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