The Bills have rounded out the class of 2015 by agreeing to terms with 13 undrafted free agents.
The 6-5, 301-pound Arkansas State product spent the first four years of his career with Buffalo prior to joining the St. Louis Rams last season.
The M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers program honors teachers for their outstanding service to their schools and communities.
Carrington was drafted by the Bills in 2010 before leaving in free agency in 2014.
A three-time All-Southland conference selection, Lewis saved his best season for last as he recorded 64 receptions for nearly 1,000 yards in 2014.
As Clemson’s linebackers developed, the former high school All-American had to find a different way to help his team win during his sophomore and junior seasons.
Williams confident that even if he’s not receiving a multitude of carries, he will be able to help the team win.
Nick O'leary's grandfather happens to be golf legend and 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus.
The half-dozen selections in the Bills draft are likely to have roles to play this season and beyond.
The Bills were looking to add some stature to their talented WR corps. They’ve got it in Dezmin Lewis.
Former Florida State TE Nick O'Leary brings pedigree and intensity to an area of need for the Buffalo Bills.
Steward is the fifth Clemson Tiger chosen in the draft this year, and the third Clemson linebacker. Vic Beasley and Stephone Anthony went in the first round.
Get to know new Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams.
Doug Whaley describes Miller as a “mauler who brings attitude" to a power-run scheme.
A former All-ACC selection, Ronald Darby figures to instantly contribute and provide security at what is already a position of strength.