After signing their top two draft choices Thursday, the Bills followed up with the signing of second-round pick
Dawkins, a player the Bills traded up to get in the latter half of round two, just got through his first week of OTA practices with the veterans on the roster.
Where Dawkins winds up when Glenn is cleared to practice remains to be seen, but it’s clear that the club sees him as an offensive tackle, not a guard, which is where some NFL clubs projected him at the pro level.
“I’m happy to be employed and have a job,” said Dawkins flatly. “I’m just going to work my tail off and whatever needs to be done, I’m willing to do it.”
With Dawkins signing his rookie contract, only fifth-round pick Nate Peterman remains unsigned from Buffalo’s 2017 draft class.