Buffalo Reels in nine undrafted free agents

The Bills added some competition to multiple positions with the addition of nine undrafted free agents.

Buffalo signed the following undrafted free agents:

LB – Jon Banks (Iowa State)

The 6-foot-2, 227-pound linebacker had 80 tackles (nine for loss) during his season season. He had nine in Iowa State's win over Kansas State. Banks has also played defensive back.

LB – Joe Brockington (Notre Dame)

Brockington (6-2, 240) Notre Dame in tackles over the final 21 games of his career, with 166 (eight per game).

LB – Marcus Buggs (Vanderbilt)

In addition to having possibly the best name on the Bills roster, Buggs was very productive at Vandy against elite, SEC competition. He was third on the team in tackles (76) and first in tackles for loss (12).

QB – Luke Drone (Illinois St.)

Drone will compete for the wide-open No. 3 QB job in Buffalo. With Illinois St., Drone shattered multiple records. The sturdy, 6-foot-2, 210-pound three-year starter set school records in completion percentage (60.9), passing efficiency (140.8), average yards per pass (8.1) and average yards per completion (13.3). He also finished second in passing yards (8,123) and touchdowns (61).

G – Robert Felton (Arkansas)

The mammoth Felton (6-4, 328) was a second-team All-America with the Razorbacks last season with 48 knockdown blocks. He paved the way for first-round picks Darren McFadden and Felix Jones as Arkansas set a school-record with 3,725 rushing yards.

RB – Bruce Hall (Mississippi)

Hall, who also attended Wake Forest and Troy, rushed for 234 yards on 53 carries for Ole Miss last season.

WR – Jason Jones (Arkansas - Pine Bluff)

Highly productive in college, Jones will fight amongst a weak crop of Bills' backup wide receivers. In three seasons he set school records in career receiving yards (2,227) and touchdowns (22). The big-play wideout averaged 20.8 yards per catch, setting a SWAC record. He is only one of five Division 1-AA receivers to catch at least 100 passes and average 20 yards per catch in his tenure.

DT – Teraz McCray (Miami)

The two-year starter amassed 11.5 sacks in two seasons with the Hurricanes. McCray suffered a torn ACL in 2005, but rebounded to lead Miami's defense. His senior season. McCray amassed 46 tackles and six sacks.

FB – Michael Viti (Army)

Viti will vie for the starting FB spot - a position re-introduced into Turk Schonert's offense.


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