The Buffalo Bills have signed offensive tackle Chris Martin. Martin previously spent part of the 2015 season on Buffalo's practice squad.
The offensive tackle played for the University of Central Florida from 2009-2013. He went undrafted in the 2014 NFL draft before being signed as an UDFA by the Houston Texans. The 6'5" and 305 pound tackle has bounced around the league on practice squads and offseason rosters. In addition to spending time with the Texans and Bills, Martin has also had stints with the New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, and Miami Dolphins.
Martin was signed along with defensive lineman Leger Douzable on Monday. To make room for the two players, the Bills released defensive end Claudell Louis and offensive tackle Keith Lumpkin. Louis and Lumpkin were both undrafted free agent signings made by the Bills following the 2016 NFL draft.