Buffalo continued to fill out their offseason roster with reserve/future free agents. On Wednesday, the Bills signed S Kelcie McCray.
McCray, 29, was last with the Seattle Seahawks appearing mainly on special teams in the 2015 and 2016 seasons, though he did fill in for an injured Kam Chancellor at safety in his two seasons with Seattle.
He was originally signed as an undrafted rookie in 2012 by Miami, but spent his rookie season on injured reserve with a broken foot.
Claimed off waivers from the Dolphins in 2013 by Tampa Bay, McCray was primarily a special teamer for the Bucs appearing in 11 games. In 2014, he was traded to Kansas City where he appeared in all 16 games as a special teamer.
He re-signed with the Chiefs that offseason, but was traded to Seattle for a fifth-round pick in Sept. of 2015.
An Arkansas State product, McCray (6-2, 202) has appeared in 63 NFL games in his career.