No prospect understands more than a tryout player that nothing is guaranteed in the NFL. Given the opportunity to participate for three days in a minicamp isn't much of a look, but for S Wes Miller it was enough to earn a contract.
Miller (5-9, 183), was signed by the Bills Monday on the heels of the club's rookie minicamp over the weekend.
While Miller may lack in size he made up for it with production in his college career at UTEP. The safety led the Miners defense in tackles (74), solo stops (42) and interceptions (two), and was tied for second on the team with six pass breakups last year.
Miller is no doubt hoping to at least travel a similar path to that of Bills WR Caleb Holley. A tryout player last year, Holley was signed to the team's practice squad after training camp and re-signed this offseason.
Miller is now the seventh safety on the team's offseason roster.