Bills sign OG Chris Villarrial

The Buffalo Bills have signed offensive guard Chris Villarrial formerly of the Chicago Bears.

Chris Villarrial will likely start at right offensive guard where he has played most of his eight year NFL career.

Villarrial originally entered the NFL as a 5th round draft pick in 1996 out of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Of note both Bills President and GM Tom Donahoe and Head Scout Tom Modrak both went to Indiana University of Pennsylvania as well.

The Bills also had Troy Vincent in town for an interview but as of now he has yet to be signed and it is believed he will visit with the Bengals tomorrow if he does not agree to a contract with the Bills later tonight.

Also of note it didn't take former Bills' TE Dave Moore to find a new job. Just one day after his release Moore signed with Tampa Bay where he spent his first ten seasons in the league after originally being drafted by the Miami Dolphins.

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