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Bills sign four more undrafted free agents

Prince Emili (94) practices during the first day of Rookie Mini Camp at One Bills Drive on May 13, 2022. Photo by Ben Green

The Buffalo Bills have signed four more undrafted free agents to their roster.

Offensive tackle Will Ulmer is one of the latest additions to the team. Ulmer played collegiately at Marshall and had a streak of 42 starts. The OT played in 57 games and started in 53 during his career. Ulmer is from Richmond, Kentucky.

Cornerback Ja'Marcus Ingram is also a new member of the Bills. Ingram played his final season of college football at the University of Buffalo and also played for Texas Tech and Utah State. During his senior season, the CB started in all 11 games and totaled 47 tackles. He played in 50 games over his career and racked up 149 tackles and two interceptions. Ingram also has experience playing at safety. The CB is from Dallas, Texas.

Defensive tackle Prince Emili is another addition to Buffalo's roster. Emili played collegiately at University of Pennsylvania. The DT played in 37 games and totaled 162 tackles, 30.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks in his four-year career. He earned First Team All-Ivy in 2021 and 2019. Emili is from New City, New York.

Defensive tackle C.J. Brewer is also a new addition to the team. Brewer played his college football at Coastal Carolina. The DT played in 58 games and started in 43 during his five seasons with the team. He racked up 230 tackles, 32.5 TFLs, 16 sacks, seven passes defensed and five forced fumbles during his career. Brewer was a Pro Football Network All-American Honorable Mention and earned All-Sun Belt First Team honors in 2021. The DT is from Bowdon, Georgia.

Scroll to see photos from the first day of Rookie Mini Camp at One Bills Drive on May 13th, 2022.

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