Buffalo continued their work along the line of scrimmage in free agency on Monday as they signed free agent C/G Greg Mancz.
Mancz, 29, is a seven-year NFL veteran, who has appeared in 58 games in his career. He's lined up mainly at center and guard in his pro career after a decorated college career at the University of Toledo.
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Originally an undrafted free agent signing of the Houston Texans in 2015, Mancz rose through the ranks to become a full-time starter in 2016. After spending his first six seasons with Houston, he was released by the Texans and picked up by the Baltimore Ravens for the 2021 offseason.
Prior to the 2021 season, Mancz was traded from Baltimore to Miami, but only appeared in five games after a knee injury landed him on injured reserve. He did not appear in the Dolphins last eight games of the regular season.