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TE Schouman re-signs

Posted Apr 8, 2010

The last of Buffalo's restricted free agents that was tendered a qualifying offer has re-signed with the Bills.

Tight end Derek Schouman signed his tender offer Thursday.

Schouman finished the 2009 season on injured reserve after suffering a torn meniscus in his knee in Week 2 against Tampa Bay. It was shaping up to be one of the best games of his young career as he had six catches for 62 yards before suffering the injury.

The fourth-year tight end has 14 starts in his career with Buffalo, which began in 2007 when the Bills made him a seventh-round pick. 

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