Bills add a defensive end in free agency

Posted Mar 13, 2017

DE Ryan Davis has agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills. Davis spent last season with the Dallas Cowboys and entered the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012.

Buffalo had a busy first weekend in free agency agreeing to terms with a half dozen new players. On Monday they welcomed another free agent into the fold at One Bills Drive.

DE Ryan Davis (6-2, 275) agreed to terms with the club.

Davis was with the Dallas Cowboys last season and served in a part time role. He appeared in nine games for Dallas until he suffered a knee injury in Week 16 that landed him on injured reserve at the close of the regular season.

Davis, 28, is known as a steady run defender capable of setting the edge. He spent the first four years of his career in Jacksonville. The Jaguars signed him out of Bethune-Cookman as an undrafted free agent in 2012.

His most productive season came in 2014 when he posted 19 tackles, 6.5 sacks, a pair of pass breakups and two forced fumbles for the Jaguars.

Buffalo had a couple of vacancies in their defensive line contingent with both Corbin Bryant and Leger Douzable being free agents.