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Youboty re-signs

Posted Mar 31, 2010

Another one of Buffalo’s restricted free agents has re-signed for the 2010 season. Cornerback Ashton Youboty signed his qualifying tender offer Wednesday.

The four-year veteran appeared in 11 games for the Bills last season making one start against Atlanta in Week 16 when he posted a season-high four tackles and a pass breakup.

Youboty did miss five games in 2009 due to a high ankle sprain suffered in Week 10 against Houston.

The former third-round pick will be part of a secondary that’s considered the deepest positional group on the team at this point in time with fellow veterans Reggie Corner, Drayton Florence, Terrence McGee and Leodis McKelvin also at the cornerback position.

Youboty becomes the third restricted free agent to re-sign with the Bills joining Keith Ellison and George Wilson who both re-signed Tuesday.

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